Rich Wildman

Physical Sciences Division, Quest University Canada
e-mail: rich.wildman [at] questu.ca



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Teaching (updated 9 May 2017)

Rich Wildman joined the Physical Sciences Division of Quest in summer 2012. He is an environmental chemist who studies the reaction and transport of chemical contaminants in lakes, reservoirs, and rivers. At Quest, he teaches a range of classes that are broadly united by his interests in environmental chemistry, freshwater resources, and the interests of the Quest student body.

Rich's 2017-2018 classes are:

  • Sep: Water Resources
  • Oct: Rhetoric
  • Dec: Chemistry 1: The Chemistry of Atmospheric Pollution
  • Jan: Chemistry 2: Aquatic Chemistry
  • Feb: Environmental Engineering
  • Apr: Energy Technologies
  • May: Earth-Oceans-Space: Earth Systems and Human Impacts

In past years, Rich has also taught:

  • Earth-Oceans-Space: Earth Systems and Human Impacts
  • Energy and Matter: Fundamentals of Energy Sustainability
  • Rhetoric
  • Data Science B: Time Series and Multivariate Statistics
  • Energy Technologies
  • Water Resources
  • Psychology and the Environment
  • Urban Infrastructure
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Inland Waters
  • Reservoir Limnology

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