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Meet Professor Lydia Fox

Professor Lydia Fox says the best way to study geology and environmental sciences is hands-on—out in the field.

Oct 18, 2018
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professor Lydia Fox in Yosemite with students

Lydia Fox is a professor of geological and environmental sciences, director of the environmental sciences program and director of undergraduate research. 

"I am passionate about the field of geology and environmental science and enjoy introducing students to the world around them," says Lydia Fox. "I love watching the excitement in students' faces when they begin to understand a concept that is new to them." 

Fox's passion is contagious and she loves nothing better than instilling her passion for geology and environmental sciences in her students. Fox has been recognized for her teaching and scholarship with the Faye and Alex Spanos Teaching Award and the university's Distinguished Faculty Award. Also an advocate of student research, she is the director of undergraduate research and founder of the Pacific Undergraduate Research and Creativity Conference, an annual event that showcases student research and creative work.

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