FossilWorks Intensive Workshop in Analytical Paleobiology, A 5-week workshop in June-July of 2014 taught by John Alroy, Michal Kowalewski, Alistair Evans, and Graeme Lloyd and held at Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia. Involved detailed instruction on the understanding and implementation of quantitative methods using the R programming language. Topics covered in this training include community palaeoecology, diversity estimation, geometric morphometrics, and phylogenetic analyses.
Teaching Fundamentals (TF) certificate awarded after completing a series of teaching workshops through the Centre for Teaching Support and Innovation at the University of Toronto.
Workshops completed as part of TF certificate program:
Canadian Society of Petroleum Geologists Student Industry Field Trip (SIFT), A 2-week training course in May 2009. One student per participating university was selected, and engaged in theoretical and practical (both lab and field based) exercises focused on imparting knowledge and skills needed for work in the petroleum industry, or more generally in petroleum geology.