Dr. Terri Woodburn, Ph.D.
- Director and Assistant Teaching Professor, Environmental Assessment Programs
Terri Woodburn has taught at the University of Kansas Edwards Campus since 2015, with previous adjunct or graduate teaching positions at Park University, University of Kansas and Northwest Missouri State University. Courses taught range from physical geography, meteorology, geomorphology and remote sensing to current courses in soil science, wetland delineation, fluvial geomorphology and water resource sustainability, among others. Her professional experience includes positions with the Kansas Geological Survey (KGS) and Missouri Department of Natural Resources. Her publications with KGS include co-authored surficial geologic maps in several counties across Kansas. Previous professional experience and field research experience in fluvial and soil geomorphology has provided a foundation for her current course offerings that include experiential learning. Her current research focus is in soil health and soil carbon sequestration.
Hometown: Maysville, Missouri
Degrees held: BS in Geography, MA in Geography, and PhD in Geography, all with concentrations in physical processes focusing on fluvial (river system) and soil geomorphology
I am a Faculty Advisor because: my passion for advising comes from the same desire as my passion for teaching – I want to provide students with the best opportunity to succeed in their goals. This starts with helping others obtain the opportunity to continue their learning, assisting in finding the right education and career fit, and providing tools to help students succeed in courses and, ultimately, in obtaining their future career goal.