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Sarah Trimble

Sarah Trimble

Graduate Teaching Assistant

Texas A&M University

Bryan/College Station, Texas Area, us

Currently a PhD candidate in the coastal geomorphology research group, Department of Geography, College of Geosciences, Texas A&M University. Previous education: MSc from TAMU + BAs in Geography & English from the University of Mary Washington. Skills include advanced GIS/RS technologies and their use for mapping and modeli...

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Texas A&M University

Graduate Teaching Assistant

- Created curriculum and assignments for multiple classes
- Taught up to four 2-hour lab lectures per week, and up to 80 students per semester
- Also designed and led a study abroad course to Costa Rica (3 weeks, multiple locations)

Courses taught include:
GEOG 477/650: Terrain Analysis, a geocomputation course using multiple software programs
GEOG 479: GIS Practicum, a writing-intensive course developing professionalism
GEOG 475/691: Advanced GIS, developing deeper understanding of algorithms and databases
GEOG 450: Field Methods, an intensive course in quantitative & qualitative data collection
GEOG 390/660: Principles of GIS, an introductory course to GIS
GEOG 380: Environmental Awareness, study abroad course on observation and interpretation
GEOG 361: Remote Sensing in the Geosciences, intro course for instruments and analysis
GEOS 101: Survive the surf, a weekly freshman seminar on waves, surfing, and rip currents