Associate Professor, Earth and Environmental Sciences

864.294.3392
Plyler Hall 119E
weston.dripps@furman.edu

  • Current disciplinary research interests

      Current research focuses on (1) urban impacts to headwater stream hydrology and (2) geosciences education.

  • Interest in connecting sustainability to research

      Already am very involved with co-curricular sustainability initiatives on campus. Continue to look for ways to connect these efforts to classes both within and outside my department as well as adding research components to these co-curricular activities when applicable.

  • Sustainability courses taught
      • EES 111 Earth Science and the Silver Screen
      • EES 112 Environmental Science
      • EES 230 Watershed Hydrology
      • EES 330 Hydrogeology
      • FYW 1110 Global Water Issues
      • FYS 1126 Sustainability of Natural Resources

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