Research Projects
Classes GEOS 293/393 Hawaii Field Course GEOS 436/636 Beyond the Mouse GEOS 602 Geophysical Fields GEOS 620 Geodynamics GEOS 655 Tectonic Geodesy GEOS 692 Geophys. Seminar
Current & Past Students
Student Opportunities
Curriculum Vitae
Recent Publications
Geodesy: Technical
Info for Alaska Surveyors
Personal Info

Recent Past Classes

  Fall 2010: Beyond the Mouse: Computer Programming Skills for Geoscientists

  Spring 2010: Geophysical Fields

  Spring 2011: Tectonic Geodesy

Classes I Teach

At MSU, I will be teaching a mix of undergraduate and graduate courses. Fall 2019: ISP 203B-003 Natural Hazards and Environment Spring 2020: GLG 301 Geology of the Great Lakes Region In the 2020-2021 academic year, I anticipate beginning two new courses, with course numbers not yet specified:
  • Geodesy for Tectonics and Environmental Sensing
  • Mechanics of Earthquakes and Volcanoes
  • Stay tuned for further details!

    I am also looking at developing an MSU version of my field-based course taught in Hawaii, like my former UAF course Volcanism and Active Geology of Hawaii

    Dr. Jeffrey T. Freymueller
    Professor of Geophysics, Endowed Chair for Geology of the Solid Earth
    Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences
    Michigan State University
    288 Farm Lane, Rm 207
    East Lansing, MI 48824

    Phone 517-253-0433
    Office 011 NatSci