The Aquinas Institute
1127 Dewey Avenue
Rochester, NY 14613
(585) 254-2020, ext. 3025
Welcome to the 2012-2013 school year. I am looking forward to meeting all of you and for another fantastic school year at Aquinas.
I have taught science at the Aquinas Institute for twelve years. As a native of Rochester, I have come to know Aquinas as a leader in Catholic education. I joined the faculty in 2000 and have taught various levels of science from freshman-level earth science to senior-level electives in environmental science and natural disasters. From 2001-2010, I was actively involved in our school's Freshman orientation program, and today, I run the school's detention room, and hopefully I won't see you there!
In my personal time, I enjoy spending time with my family and friends. I also love to work out, travel, add to my rather extensive rock and mineral collection and garden in the summer. My wife and I also like to stay active with our church. We have three cats named Moose, Murphy and Lola.
Beautiful earth PowerPoint
Click here for a PowerPoint on "beautiful earth."
Classes that I teach
1) Regents Earth Science
2) Honors Earth Science
3) Savage Earth (a natural hazards elective)
MS Geology, University of Rochester
BS Geology, Union College
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