I aim at helping students to become independent learners and to get ready for future challenges. Above and beyond the geoscience disciplines I teach, developping robust generic skills is essential to life-long learners.

From our science graduates, we expect generic skills such as:

Solid numeracy skills
High problem-solving ability
Confidence to deal with large datasets and complex information
Excellent computer skills
Excellent written and oral communication skills
Capacity to work as a member of a culturally diverse team

I teach my classes in a way to enhance these skills.


Program: Year 2016
Course Evaluation

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Year 2016

FIRST SEMESTRE


SECOND SEMESTRE

2nd year

GEOS2114/2914

GEOS2124/2924


GEOS 21(9)14: Volcanoes, Hot Rocks & Minerals


GEOS 21(9)24: Fossils & Tectonics

3rd year

GEOS3101/3801


GEOS 31(8)01: The Earth Structure & Evolution

LECT & PRACT: Tectonophysics



GEOS 31(9)04: Geophysical Methods

WORKSHOP: Computational Tectonics

4th year

Honours, Master


Short Course: Computational Tectonics


Short Course: Open Source Multi-platform GIS




patrice.rey@sydney.edu.au

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