Published on Aug. 31, 2015
Bob Bauer is an associate professor of Geological Sciences and has been at the University of Missouri since 1982. From 1992 through 2010 he ran the University’s nationally recognized Geology Field Course from a permanent field laboratory in the Wind River Mountains, near Lander, Wyoming. His research into ancient mountain-building processes has involved studies in Minnesota, Wyoming, and Antarctica. He began teaching his course in Structural Geology as writing-intensive (WI) course in 1996, which evolved into the current four-course WI program in Geological Sciences at the University of Missouri.