Kurt Friehauf - click here to view my Curriculum Vitae
          (long résumé)Kurt Friehauf, Ph.D., P.G.

Professor of Geology
Licensed Professional Geologist

Dept. of Physical Sciences
Boehm Science Building Room 135
Kutztown University of Pennsylvania
Kutztown, PA  19530
FAX: 610-683-1352
email = my last name @ kutztown.edu

We are all partners in a quest.
The essential questions have no answers.
Questions unite people.
Answers divide them.

- Elie Wiesel
Students in my mineralogy class on top of the bare, rocky
        peak of Giant Mountain in the Adirondack Mountains of New York
        in 2006. They are tired and proud of having just climbed 3300 ft
        to the top of the towering peak. Accomplishments like this build
        self confidence. Click this image to go to my teaching webpage.
Teaching - Courses I teach and philosophy of the importance of undergraduate research in education
Alaska - Mount Fairplay project
Research - Applying science to answer questions whose answers are not in the textbooks... yet!
I love science, so I do a lot of science outreach to the
        community by visiting schools and hosting groups in my lab at
        the university. This is a photo of a big gang of five-year-old
        kids clowning around by one of the big dinosaur heads in the
        department. Click here to visit my service and outreach
        webpage.
Service - Science outreach, Geology Club, and various committees I'm on that help students
Inscription on one of the Pillars of Ashoka - one of the
        very first written legal codes of conduct. I'm getting long in
        the tooth, so I chose an image of something that started long,
        long ago. Clicking on this picture will direct you to my
        Curriculum Vitae (fancy résumé).
Curriculum Vitae - (resume)
Kurt Friehauf doing hula hoop at Earth Day 2010 (when he
        was pretty overweight)
Personal stuff  - Why would anyone want to become a geologist? Travel pictures, favorite quotes, books, hobbies, recommended links, etc.
This is a picture of a pocket watch. It is just an icon
        which one should click to see a graphic of my daily schedule.
        Click the text below for the text-only version.
Daily schedule - When and where to find me
click here for a text-only version of my schedule for visually-impaired visitors



This is the Kutztown University logo - clicking on it
          will direct you to the Kutztown University Geology Program
          website that I created.