Dr. Nigel Brush, Professor of Geology

Dr. Nigel Brush

Professor of Geology
Building: 
Kettering Science Building
Office Number: 
421
Phone: 

Bio

  • Joined Ashland University in 2000
  • Areas of research include geoarchaeology, dendrochronology and millennial-scale climate change events
  • Co-director of the Ashland/Wooster/Columbus Archaeological & Geological Consortium and former curator and co-founder of the Killbuck Valley Natural History Museum

Education

UCLA, Ph.D. in Anthropology
University of Southampton, M.A. in Archaeological Methods and Theory
Ohio State University, B.A. in Anthropology
Ph.D., Anthropology, UCLA
Cincinnati Bible College, B.S. in English Bible
Ohio State University and Akron University, Post-doctoral work in Geology

I work in...

At Ashland University, our programs in chemistry, biochemistry, geology and physics emphasize close faculty/student interactions and hands-on experience with modern equipment.  Our majors have the opportunity to work side by side with experts in the laboratory and the field... Read More

Environmental science is truly interdisciplinary.  Projects typically depend on collaboration among scientists and other professionals with different areas of expertise, and require  knowledge of  biology, chemistry, geology and toxicology.  Environmental science majors at AU... Read More

Events

Oct
21
The title of the anthology Sangre mía / Blood of...Read more
Oct
22
Book Discussion: Our Kids-The American Dream in Crisis. Dauch 115...Read more
Oct
23
Maggie Smith is the author of three books of poetry:...Read more
Oct
27
The Ashland University Choir, Women's Chorus and the Ashland Area...Read more
Oct
28
Ashland University Theatre will hold auditions for its Spring 2019...Read more