Alexander Stewart, retired from the U.S. Army, is a veteran of the Cold War and three foreign wars; 20+ years of experience and life-changing events make him a unique professor. His experiences in the Army in Alaska focused his interest on glacial geology. He earned a PhD and became a glacial geology/geomorphology professor in colleges from eastern Kentucky to western Texas and north to St. Lawrence University, where he is currently an associate professor of geology. His research interests now focus on science diplomacy/military geology and tree-ring science projects related to landscape stability.
Spring 2024 - Tree Rings and Roadways: Evaluating Slope Stability in Alaska [S-24-40]
Spring 2023 - Albert P. Crary: Polar Geologist and First Person to the North and South Poles [S-23-3]
Spring 2019 - Glaciers and Climate [S-19-24]