Dr. Weight earned his Ph.D. from the University of Wyoming in Mathematical Geology. He is a practicing hydrogeologist, a registered Professional Engineer in Montana and Idaho, and a licensed Monitoring Well Constructor. Dr Weight leads the Environmental Engineering track of Carroll's Civil Engineering department.
He has over 15 peer-reviewed articles and is most recently recognized for his newly released Hydrogeology Field Manual (2nd edition) published by McGraw-Hill. He teaches courses in Energy and Environment, Environmental Engineering, Hydrogeology, and Groundwater Modeling. He has also taught over 60 professional short courses, including some in international settings.
He enjoys racquetball, snowboarding, flyfishing, and hunting.
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Associate Professor of Biology
Ph.D. Oregon State University,
B.S. Colorado State University
Areas of Interest: Ecology, Herpetology
Courses Taught: Biological Principles, Ecology, Comparative Anatomy
"Beyond academics, the students at Carroll are top quality people… better than any other place I’ve taught before."