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  1. 1. Curriculum VitaeMark Lawler, M.S.33 Wigwam Drive, Pennellville, NY 13132Phone: 315-668-7062 315-383-6596 email: lawlerm@sunyocc.edu1. Academic Degrees___ Cortland State 2001 Provisional Certification ProgramMS Northern Arizona University 1992 Quaternary SciencesBA Oneonta State 1988 AnthropologyAA Onondaga Community College 1985 Math/Science2. Relevant Professional Experience2009-Present Adjunct Online Geology Instructor, Geology Department Excelsior College, Albany, New YorkInstruction in Earth Science and Oceanography in an online environment using WebCT.2009-Present Adjunct Online Geology Instructor, Geology Department Minnesota School of Business, Richfield, MinnesotaInstruction in Earth Science and Environmental Issues in an online environment usingBlackboard LMS2006-Present Adjunct Online Geology Instructor, Geology Department West Hills College, Coalinga, CaliforniaInstruction in Physical Geology in a strictly online environment using the BlackboardLearning Management System. Performed curriculum review of physical and historicalgeology classes, as well as writing of Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) (Spring 08)2002-Present Adjunct Instructor, Physical Sciences Department Onondaga Community College, Syracuse, NYInstruction in introductory geology courses. Courses taught include Physical Geology –lecture and lab, Oceanography, Environmental Geology, Historical Geology. Responsiblefor creation and delivery of weekly lectures as well as an online course in historicalgeology, Spring 2005. Provided students with several field related experiences.Currently serving on the Distance Learning Advisory Committee. m. Lawler, CV, page 1
  2. 2. 2001-2002 Teacher, Alternative Middle School, Watertown, NYResponsible for teaching science to eighth grade alternative students in a smallclassroom setting. Designed, implemented and assessed curriculum based on statestandards. Curriculum consisted primarily of teaching Physical and Earth Science.Provided instruction in non-science related subjects: social studies, health and home andcareers.1996-Present Research Associate, Rochester Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology, Rochester, NYResponsible for conducting research in the area of Quaternary vertebrate paleontology.Published results in peer reviewed publications. Presented results at professionalmeetings.1996-1999 Volunteer Naturalist, Centers for Nature Education, Marcellus, NYResponsible for leading guided walks at Baltimore Woods, a 140-acre nature center.Presented public lectures and hands-on programs on a variety of natural history topics.1992 Instructor, Anthropology Department, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZResponsible for teaching introductory archaeology course to undergraduate students.Created and delivered weekly lectures and exams.1990-1992 Assistant Curator, Laboratory of Quaternary Paleontology, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZResponsible for the curation of modern and fossil osteological and dung collections forthe Quaternary Science Program as well as the National Park Repository. Inventoriedcurrent collections as well as cataloged new material into the lab. Maintained storageequipment and supplies. Educated public about the collections and purpose of the LQP.1992 Faunal Analyst, Navajo Nation Archaeology Department, Window Rock, AZAnalyzed fauna recovered from an archaeological site in Northeastern Arizona. Wrote in-house report of results, which were included in an NNAD publication. m.Lawler, CV, page 2
  3. 3. 3. Licenses & CertificationsLicense to Collect or Possess, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation4. Professional AffiliationsRochester Institute of Vertebrate PaleontologyGeological Society of AmericaAmerican Quaternary AssociationNew York State Marine Educators AssociationAcademy of Process Educators5. Publications With Bax R. Barton and Donna Boyd. (1991)A Preliminary Report on the Vertebrate Fauna from the North Point Site, Cedar BreaksNational Monument, Utah; pp. 46-50 in Bax R. Barton and Donna Boyd (eds.), The NorthPoint Site (42 IN 1210), Cedar Breaks National Monument, Utah. GLG 698, QuaternaryGeoarchaeology, Fall, 1990, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ. Review of Interdisciplinary Studies of the Hajny Mammoth Site, Dewey County,Oklahoma, by Don G. Wyckoff, Brian J. Carter, Peggy Flynn, Larry D. Martin, Branley A.Bronson and James L. Theler. (1993). Plains Anthropologist, Volume 39, Number 147. Faunal Analysis of the Mud Wallow Site in The Mud Wallow Site: An ArchaeologicalDiscovery at an Indian Health Services Water Line Project, Red Lake, Arizona. (1993).Navajo Nation Archaeology Department Report Number 92-145. With Jim I. Mead. (1994).Skull, Mandible and Metapodials of the Extinct Harrington’s Mountain Goat (Oreamnosharingtoni). Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, Volume 14(4): 562-576.Postcranial Morphology and Systematics of Bighorn Sheep (Ovis canadensis) from theLate Pleistocene of Wyoming. Paludicola. Volume 1, Number 1. pp. 5-14 (1995)In Progress: Review of the Fossil Record of the Pleistocene of New York State Teaching Science in the Online Environment (chapter in book on online teaching) m.Lawler, CV, page 3
  4. 4. 6. Presentations and Papers With Jim I. Mead, David J. Meltzer and John Vogel. (1991)Stable Carbon and Nitrogen Isotope Ratios of Late Pleistocene Ovis and OreamnosFrom the Grand Canyon, Arizona. Abstract Journal of the Arizona Nevada AcademyOf Science, Supplement: 28pp.Northern Arizona Chapter of Sigma Xi, Flagstaff, AZ. (1991). Preview of ThesisResearch.Society of Vertebrate Paleontology, Pittsburgh, 1995, New York, 1996“Animal Bones and W hat they Can Tell Us.” (1998). Centers for Nature Education,Marcellus, NY.“Bones I have Known.” (2001). Natural History Museum of the Adirondacks, Tupper Lake,New York.Central New York Paleontological Group, Geneva, 2002“Morphology and Allometry of Late Pleistocene Big Horn Sheep from Wyoming.” (2004).Rochester Academy of Sciences, Fossil Division, Rochester, New York“Teaching Geology in the Online Environment.” (2010). Summer Symposium,Paleontological Research Institution’s Museum of the Earth, Ithaca, New YorkScholarship of Teaching and Learning Workshop, Empire State College, SaratogaSprings, New York, 2011 m.Lawler, CV, page 4