Kenneth G. Galli, Ph.D.

Ken with Apatosaurus femur

 

Apatosaurus femur I discovered in "Galli's Alley" Lower Brushy Basin Member, Morrison Formation, Echo Canyon, south of Grand Junction, CO

 

MediaKron TestimonialsVideo

Hazard Assessments of Flood and Drought in the U. S. based on USGS data - Enviro Issues & Resources Project Website, summer, 2015 (Galli)

 

Dr. Kenneth G. Galli
Lab Manager, Lecturer
Department of Earth & Environmental Sciences
Boston College, Devlin 310, Chestnut Hill, MA 02467 T: 617-552-4504
E: kenneth.galli@bc.edu

Invited Lecture: Feb. 23, 2017: "How the Sedimentary Rocks of the Greater Boston Area were Formed"
Campion Center, Weston, MA. Inaugural Colloquium of the James W. Skehan, S. J. Colloquium Series.

Inaugural Speaker of James W. Skehan, S.J.  Evening Geological Colloquium  at Weston Observatory,
9/28/16. Glacial or Non-Glacial? — Formation of the Ediacaran Sequence of the
Boston Bay Group. Click for Abstract.

Co-led Inaugural  the James W. Skehan, S.J. Geological Field Trip, 11/19/16
Geological Field Trip to Investigate Glacial Features in and around Sudbury MA.
(Bruce Porter was co-leader). Click for more information and photographs.

Co-taught the "Teaching Scientific Thinking" Breakout Session as part of May 9, 2016
Boston College "Excellence in Teaching Day," themed "Rethinking Connection" along
with Prof. Jim Lubben (SSW), Kate McNeill (LSOE), Clare O'Connor (Biology), and
Neil Wolfman (Chemistry).
Co-taught the "Engaging Students in the Sciences" Workshop as part of May 13, 2015
Boston College "Excellence in Teaching Day."

A 2014 Winner of Boston College Teaching with New Media (TWIN) Award for
INNOVATIVE USE OF TECHNOLOGY FOR EFFECTIVE TEACHING.


 


April 6, 7, 2012 Field Trip led by Drs. Paul K. Strother and Ken Galli for Paul's GE330 Paleobiology course to see Beneski Musuem of Natural History, Amherst College, dinosaur footprints in Holyoke, MA, Fossiliferous LImestones of eastern New York, the Taconic Angular Unconformity near Catskil, NY, and in this picture, Giloba NY oldest forest in the world.

Gilboa NY Dev Forest