Chuck Bailey

Chuck Bailey
  • Professor, Geology

About Chuck Bailey

I am a professor of Geology at the College, where I teach courses such as the Earth’s Environmental Systems, Weather & Climate, Field Methods, and Earth Structure & Dynamics. My research focuses on structural geology and tectonics, this work takes me (and my students) from the Blue Ridge Mountains in Virginia to the low deserts in southern Arizona and many places in between. I am a 1989 graduate of the College where I doubled majored in Biology and Geology.

For more information about the W&M structure and tectonics group visit my personal website.

Posts by Chuck Bailey

W&M Geology Celebrates 100 Years of Women

Homecoming 2018 has come and gone.  The Geology Department kicked off the weekend early with a celebration of its own – we invited our

Hurrication at William & Mary: from Gloria to Florence

Last week William & Mary closed up shop and students were sent packing due to the threat from Hurricane Florence. This semester I’m teaching

Up, Up and Away

Summer is over. Although the astronomical summer lasts until the autumnal equinox in late September, and the meteorological summer has a few more days

A 10-year Time Series

On August 4th, 2008, I published my first post on William & Mary Blogs, Living the High Life chronicled that summer’s field research with a

Summer Research: It’s About Time

Mid-summer is here, and it’s been a busy few weeks for my undergraduate research students. The 2018-19 William & Mary Structural Geology & Tectonics

When Things Turn Grim at Crim Dell

Crim Dell is an iconic little pond tucked away in a forest glade in the middle of William & Mary’s campus. Its arched wooden

Geology’s Senior Research Saturday 2018: Standing Room Only

The 3rd Saturday in April is a big day in the William & Mary Geology department as it is Senior Research Saturday, a day in

Rising from the Coastal Plain: A Proper Mt. William & Mary!

Over the years I’ve used this blog to report on geologic research in a format that’s intended to be both accessible and digestible by

Why William & Mary? People & Places

Why choose to attend William & Mary?  I’ll offer up two reasons to attend William & Mary: people & places. It’s the people that