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Brandy Anglen, PhD
Dr. Brandy Anglen has spent nearly 20 years teaching various Earth science courses at the college level. She holds a PhD in geology, focusing on biogeochemistry, from Indiana University at Bloomington. Her dissertation field research focused on microbial sulfur isotope budgets of perennially ice-covered lakes in the McMurdo Dry Valleys of Antarctica. Since the Dry Valleys represent an environment that is considered an analog for Mars, this research provided possible methods for detecting signs of possible past life on the surface of Mars. In addition to her Antarctic fieldwork, she has conducted field research in the continental U.S., from the Channel Islands of California to the Florida Keys. She has had the privilege of designing and leading multiple study abroad trips for college-level students.
- PhD, geology, Indiana University at Bloomington