Eric Holdener is a geologist/paleontologist who teaches Kenyon's geoscience courses. He has studied the systematics and microevolution of Paleozoic stenolaemate bryozoans and his new area of research involves the application of spatial analytical techniques (GIS) to the surfaces of fossil bryozoan specimens.

Areas of Expertise

Geology and invertebrate paleontology.

Education

1997 — Doctor of Philosophy from Univ Illinois Chicago

1991 — Master of Science from Univ Illinois Chicago

1986 — Bachelor of Arts from Washington University

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