Stefany Sit, PhD
Clinical Assistant Professor
Earth and Environmental Sciences
Building & Room:
845 West Taylor St.
Geoscience Education - I have multiple educational interests in active e-learning and engaging urban students. I have worked on creating coursework that uses technology to enhance classroom experiences, including the use of classroom response systems, online assignments with automatic feedback, Google Earth or Excel activities, and fully online courses. More recently, I have been focused on engaging urban and diverse student populations in the geosciences through active teaching practices, relevant course content, and career knowledge.
- Beane, R. and S. M. Sit (2019), Supporting the success of all students, In the Trenches, 9, 3, 4-6.
- Sit, S. M. and M. R. Brudzinski (2017), Creation and Assessment of an Active E-learning Introductory Geology Course, Journal of Science Education and Technology, 26, 6, 629-645.
- Colella, H.V., S. M. Sit, M. R. Brudzinski, S. E. Graham, C. DeMets, S.G. Holtkamp, R. J. Skoumal, N. Ghouse, E. Cabral-Cano, V. Kostoglodov, A. Arciniega-Ceballos (2017), Seismicity rate increases associated with slow slip episodes prior to the 2012 Mw 7.4 Ometepec earthquake, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 464, 35-45.
- Sit, S. M., M. R. Brudzinski, and H. Kao (2012), Detecting tectonic tremor through frequency ratio scanning at a single station: Application to the Cascadia margin, Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 353. 134-144.
BA, Interdisciplinary Sciences (Physics and Geology), 2008, Lawrence University
PhD, Seismology and Geoscience Education, 2013, Miami University