Chuck Ciampaglio, Ph.D

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Field Trips Selected Shark Fauna Sedimentary Thin Sections Lab Projects
Donoho Creek shark fauna thin sections Lab Projects

 

chuck E-mail Address: 
chuck.ciampaglio@wright.edu
Office Phone: (419) 586-0357
Department Phone: (800) 237-1477

Mailing Address:
Wright State University-Lake Campus
7600 Lake Campus Dr.
Celina, OH 45822

 
EDUCATION PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
 
DUKE UNIVERSITY, Durham, North Carolina
Ph.D. September 2002
Major: Paleontology
Minor: Geology
WRIGHT STATE UNIVERSITY 2003 –
Associate Professor
 
DUKE UNIVERSITY, Durham, North Carolina
Master of Arts: February 2000
Major: Zoology
Minor: Geology
DUKE UNIVERSITY 2001-2003
Instructor of Geology [Paleontological Field Techniques, Physical Geology, Independent Research in Paleobiology, Biology of Dinosaurs, Invertebrate Paleontology]
TOWSON UNIVERSITY, Towson, Maryland, 1991-1997
Degree: B.S. (summa cum laude)
Major: Chemistry              Minor: Mathematics
Major: Physics                  Concentration: Biology
DUKE UNIVERSITY 2001-2002
Teaching Assistant [Biology of Dinosaurs, Fossils and Climate Change, Evolution of Earth and Life Through Time]
 
PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS PROFESSIONAL AWARDS
 
Sigma Pi Sigma (National Physics Honor Society, elected member)
Sigma-Xi, Maryland Chapter (elected member)
The Paleontological Society
Paleontological Research Institution 
Society of Vertebrate Paleontology
Geological Society of America
Wright State University, Presidential Award for Faculty Excellence: Early Career Achievement 2005.
Aleane Webb Dissertation Award 2000.
National Science Foundation (NSF) Predoctoral Fellowship 1998 - 2001.
National Institutes of Health (NIH) Doctoral Training Grant, 1997 – 1998

 

 

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