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Dori Farthing

Associate Professor and Chair of Geological Sciences
ISC 235A
585-245-5298
farthing@geneseo.edu

Dori Farthing has been a member of the Geneseo faculty since 2004.

Portrait of Dori Farthing

Curriculum Vitae

Education

  • Ph.D.: Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland. (2002)

  • M.A.: Johns Hopkins University , Baltimore, Maryland. (1998)

  • B.A. (with departmental honors): College of Wooster , Wooster, Ohio. (1995)

Employment

  • Assistant Professor, SUNY Geneseo, 2004-current.

  • Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Geology, University of Dayton, 2001-2004.

Affiliations

  • Mineralogical Society of America

  • Geological Society of America

  • American Geophysical Union

  • Sigma Xi Scientific Research Society

  • Phi Beta Kappa

  • Council for Undergraduate Research

  • National Association of Geoscience Teachers

Publications

  • Pekar, K.E. and Farthing, D.J. Some like it hot-radioactivity on campus and beyond. Poster presentation at 2003 Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Seattle, Washington

  • Farthing, D.J. 2002. Differentiation of British blast and reverberatory furnace tin slag using morphology, mineralogy, and chemistry. Poster presentation and paper submitted for review. 33rd International Symposium on Archaeometry, Amsterdam , the Netherlands.

  • Veblen, L.A. , Farthing, D.J., O?Donnell, E., & Veblen, D.R. 2001. Characterization of radioactive slags. Nuclear Regulatory Commission Report, Washington D.C., USA.

  • Farthing, D.J., Veblen, L.A. , & Veblen, D.R. 2001. A British tin slag mystery: blast furnace or reverberatory furnace? Poster presentation at 2001 Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Boston , MA.

  • Veblen, D.R., Elbert , D.C. , Penn, R.L., Ding, Y., Farthing, D.J., Moore , K.T., & Veblen, L.A. 2000. Imaging, chemical analysis, and structure determination of nanostructures. Invited presentation at Fall American Geophysical Union Meeting, San Francisco , California.

  • Booij, E., Bettison-Varga, L., Farthing, D., & Staudigel, H. 2000. Pb-isotope systematics of a fossil hydrothermal system from the Troodos ophiolite, Cyprus : Evidence for a polyphased alteration history. Geochimica et Cosmochimica et Acta, 64(20); 3559-3569.

  • Farthing, D.J., Veblen, L.A. , & Veblen, D.R. 2000. Weathering of a metallurgical slag. Oral presentation at 2000 Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Reno , Nevada.

  • Farthing, D.J., Veblen, L.A. , Veblen, D.R., & Felmy, A.R. 2000. Hibonite from a metallurgical slag. EOS Transactions , American Geophysical Union 2000 Spring Meeting, 81(19), S46.

  • Livi, K.J.T., Farthing, D.J., Veblen, L.A. , & Wing, B. 2000. Tackling the complexities of analyzing phases in metallurgical slags. Invited presentation at Microscopy and Microanalyses Meeting (Journal of Microscopy), Philadelphia , Pennsylvania.

  • Farthing, D.J., Veblen, L.A. , Livi, K.J.T., and Veblen, D.R. 1998. An investigation into the stability of slags. Presented at the International School of Earth and Planetary Sciences-A Geochemical and Mineralogical Approach to Environmental Protection, Siena , Italy.

Interests

Earth Materials

Classes

  • GSCI 121: N/Our Geological EnvironmntLab

    An introduction to description and interpretation of rocks, geologic, and topographic maps. Students will learn identification techniques, data collection, and systematic analysis of data sets to better understand earth processes. Corequisite: GSCI 120.

  • GSCI 210: Mineralogy-Lec

    A systematic study of the important minerals with emphasis on their crystallography, descriptive mineralogy, crystal chemistry, phase relationships and associations. Lectures emphasize theoretical aspects of mineral studies, while the laboratory portion is devoted to the descriptive and practical. Prerequisites: GSCI 111 or permission of instructor. Offered every fall

  • GSCI 210: Mineralogy-Lab

    A systematic study of the important minerals with emphasis on their crystallography, descriptive mineralogy, crystal chemistry, phase relationships and associations. Lectures emphasize theoretical aspects of mineral studies, while the laboratory portion is devoted to the descriptive and practical. Prerequisites: GSCI 111 or permission of instructor. Offered every fall