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Elisheva (Elli) Pauli Home 301-592-8692 Cell: 240-505-6996 Silver Spring, MD 20901 www.linkedin.com/in/elishevapauli/ Epauli@gwmail.gwu.edu Objective Aftereducating America'sfutureleadersfor thepast severalyears, I'd nowliketo once again takeahandson approach and am pursuing employment opportunitiesthat willallowmeto practically apply my extensive environmentaland geological training, technicalwriting expertise, and significant instrumentalanalysis experience (ex:HPLC, XRD, CL, Microprobe, Ion probe, ICPES, SEM and light microscopy to namea few). My interestslie in forensic geology, detection of mineraland metaltoxins, recycling of radioactivewaste, and writing/editing for reputablepublicationsthat disseminateinformation on thescience behind environmentaladvocacy. Education M.S., Geology/Geochemistry 2003 TheGeorgeWashington University, Washington, D.C. GPA: 3.71. Relevant coursework: InstrumentalAnalysis, Principlesof Geochemistry, Applied Geochemistry, Advanced Inorganic Chemistry, Geochemistry of Groundwater, multipleGeoscience Seminars, PhysicalAspects of Forensic Science, Thesis Research: TraceElement Incorporation in Zircon B.S., MarineScienceand Geology 2000 University of Miami, CoralGables, Fl. GPA: 3.32, Major GPA: 3.41 Relevant coursework: Intro to MarineScience, Principlesof Archaeology, Principlesof Chemistry I and II, Solid and FluidEarth, Opticaland X-ray Mineralogy, InvertebratePaleontology, Earth System History, Earth Materials, Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology, DepositionalSystems, EnvironmentalGeochemistry, Evolution and Biodiversity, StructuralGeology, Field Methods, Intro to MarineBiology, ChemicalOceanography,Physical Oceanography, and Ocean Law. Major Research Projects TraceElement Incorporation in Synthetic Zircon: Assessing Zircon’sPotentialfor RadioactiveWasteStorage MineralCharacterization of Nahklites(Martian Meteorites) Synthetic Precipitation of Mg-Carbonates: A PotentialRoute for MineralCarbon Sequestration Employment History 2010 –Present Professional Lecturer Community CollegeBaltimoreCounty, UBaltimore, N. Va. Community College Coursestaught include: Physical Geology, EnvironmentalGeology, PhysicalGeography, Earth in Focus Topicscovered involveacademic aspectssuch asEarth’sformation and evolution, aswellaspracticalconcernssuch asoverpopulation, resource supplyand demand, energy, naturalhazards, air, water and soilcontamination andlong termsustainability. Dutiesperformed for each courseincludecurriculum planning, coursedevelopment and lecturepreparation, case study and literaturesearches, delivery of lectures, writing and grading of exams, projects, and presentations,and coordinating thecorresponding laboratory 2006topresent Business Owner Elli-Chai’sOneStop Judaica Shop, Silver Spring, MD Duties includepurchaseand management of inventory, overseeing thewebsite, book-keeping and finance management aswellasoffice supervisor. 2004topresent Professional Lecturer GWU, Washington,D.C. Coursestaught include: Physical Geology , HistoricalGeology, EnvironmentalGeology, and Geo-hazardsand Land- usePlanning Topicscoveredinvolveacademic aspectssuch asEarth’sformation and evolution, aswellaspracticalconcernssuch asoverpopulation, resource supplyand demand, energy, naturalhazards, air, water and soilcontamination andlong termsustainability. Dutiesperformed for each course includecurriculum planning, coursedevelopment and lecturepreparation, case study and literaturesearches, delivery of 2one-hour and fifteen minutelecturesper week to a class of 50 -125 students, writing and grading ofexams, projects, and presentations, and coordinating thecorresponding laboratory Authoredan onlineEnvironmentalGeology Assessment Textbook published by Great River Technologies Advised studentson classchoice and research projects Worked with department faculty on administrativematters such asexpanding courseofferings, interdisciplinary and interdepartmental programs. 2003toPresent Geology Laboratory Coordinator GWU, Washington,D.C. Generalresponsibilitiesinclude writing thelaboratory curriculum (including laboratoriesand exams), orderingand organizing necessary supplies, training teaching assistants, and troubleshooting student problems Authoreda newEnvironmental Geologylaboratory curriculum published by University Readers in 2010 Authored a newPhysical Geology laboratory curriculum published by University Readersin 2012 Scheduled and executed weekly 2-hour training sessionsfor teaching assistants Servedasthe liaison between additionallectureinstructorsand laboratory schedule. 2003to 2008 Geochemistry ResearchAssistant GWU, Washington,D.C. Worked primarily independently but under thesupervision of the GWUGeology Department geochemist on numerousand varied research projects including but not limited to: synthetic generation of chemicalprecipitates in an attempt to trap atmospheric CO2, generation of Martian chemicalprecipitatesunder Marsatmospheric conditions, and characterization of mineralsurface alterationsdueto microbialinteraction. Prepared samples, operated analyticalinstrumentssuch as ion analyzers, centrifuges, and an Inductively Coupled Plasma-Atomic Emission Spectrometer, designed and executed multiple experimentalresearch projects, aswellas interpreted data setsfrom thevarious experiments. Generalresponsibilities included managing thewet chemistry lab, which involved maintenance of laboratory equipment, ordering laboratory supplies, and ensuring that safety standardswereupheld. 2002to2004 Pre-doctoral Fellow Smithsonian Institution, Washington,D.C. Servedasa research assistant during which time Iused multipleanalyticalinstrumentssuch asthe SEM, cathode luminescence, microprobe, light microscopy, and ion probeto characterizeand analyzeMartian Meteorites (Nahklites). Prepared several3 inch bindersof self collected data that consisted of microscopeslidemaps, scaled photographs, anddata from multipleinstrumentsand participated in data interpretation. 2000 toPresent Laboratory TeachingAssistant GWU, Washington,D.C. Consistsof teaching anywherefrom 2 – 4 two-hour labsperweek, observing and documenting strengthsand weaknesses in thecurriculum, administering practicalexams, out of classtutoring and grading. Summer2004 Laboratory Technician Intern USGS, Washington,D.C. Responsibilitiesincluded maintenance and repair of allanalyticalinstrumentsin thelaboratory Publications/Conference Contributions TheBlueprintsto our Home– A PhysicalGeology Laboratory Manual – Cognella Pub., 2012 EnvironmentalGeology OnlineAssessment Program - Great River Technologies, Jan 2011 Our Place in theWorld Around Us: An EnvironmentalGeology Laboratory Manual – Cognella Pub., 2010 Meteoritical Society. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2004. - Pauli, E. & Vicenzi, E.P. (2004). Sulfatemineralization in Nakhla: A cathodoluminescence and full-spectrum X-ray imaging study [Abstract]. Meteoritics & Planetary Science, 39(Supplement):A82. Vicenzi, E.P. & Pauli, E. (2004). Determining thelocalbulk chemistry of Martian aqueousalteration via X-ray spectrum imaging: A link to globaldust on Mars? [Abstract]. MicroscopyandMicroanalysis, 10(Supplement 2):894- 895. American ChemicalSociety Conference. Philadelphia, PA, 2004. -Teng, H;Pauli, E ;Hazen, R Source: Abstractsof Papersof theAmerican Chemical Society. Volume:228 Pages: U697-U697 Part: Part 1 Meeting Abstract:044-GEOC Published: AUG 222004 TengHH, Chen Y,PauliE: Direction specific interactionsof 1,4-dicarboxylic acid with calcite surfaces. J Am Chem Soc;2006Nov 15;128(45):14482-4 Teng Henry; Chen Yang; PauliElli: Molecular recognition at organic acid-calcite interface Geochemica et Cosmochimica Acta Volume: 70 Issue: 18 Supplement: S Pages: A644-A644 Leshin, L.A. & Vicenzi, E.P. (2006). Aqueousprocessesrecorded by Martian meteorites: Analyzing Martian wateron Earth. Elements, 2:157-162. (Acknowledged ascontributing researcher) Activities and Honors $5000 Research Grant – NASA Astrobiology Institute. Washington, D.C., 2004 Teaching Award - TheGeorgeWashington University. Washington, D.C., 2004 TelekiAward- TheGeorgeWashington Univ. Washington, D.C., 2002. - Awarded to allaround best graduate student oftheyear CharlesMcMorrowGrant - Sigma Xi. Washington, D.C., 2001 FullScholarship and Fellowship - TheGeorgeWashington Univ. Washington, D.C. - Awarded to completeM.S.in geochemistry HonorsDay Award - University of Miami. CoralGables, Fl, 1999 - Graduatedwith highest GPA in geology major
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