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Jeffrey M Elliott

Biography

EDUCATION

        University of Toledo, Toledo, Ohio

        Master of Science, May of 2001                           Major:  Geophysics

        Master of Science, Aug of 1995                           Major:  Applied  Mathematics

        Bachelor of Secondary Education, Dec of 1987      Major:  Mathematics                                                                                                       Minor:  Earth Science

 

The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio        Major:  Geology (1981-1985)

Oregon Waste Water Treatment Plant, Oregon, Ohio:

Intern collecting E. Coli and water samples – May to December of 2001

Monroe County Community College, Owens Community College, University of Toledo:

Adjunct Mathematics Professor and Tutor; Integral Calculus, Statistics, Algebra – 1995 to 2002

Geology Field Camp:  Collected water samples and measured discharge of two local streams near Lead, South Dakota Gold mine; Geological mapping of Crow Peak, Bear Butte and Crook City near Spearfish, South Dakota – May and June of 1998