Professor Meisner's interest in the earth sciences was evident early in her life, but her passion for geology blossomed under the inspiring tutelage of Dr. Don Wise, Dr. Carol de Wet and Dr. Bob Wiebe at Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, PA. After graduating from F and M, Carrie moved across the country and earned an MS at Oregon State University in Soil Science with a minor in Anthropology. During her time at OSU, Ms. Meisner spent two field seasons in Ancient Korinth, Greece where she worked with the Eastern Korinthia Archaeological Survey and collected data for her thesis on paleoclimate. After defending at OSU, Carrie moved to Elko, NV. Prior to becoming an instructor at Great Basin College, Carrie was an environmental consultant. To adapt to the evolution of education, Professor Meisner has taken graduate coursework in Instructional Design and Technology, and continues to research and implement best practices for distance education delivery.
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- MS, Oregon State University
- BA, Franklin and Marshall College
|Honors and Awards|
- Most Outstanding Teaching Faculty 2009