My goals are to (1) stimulate independent thinking, (2) help students achieve mastery of
the course subject, (3) teach how scientist works, and (4) provide an open, friendly and
trusting leaning environment for students at all levels
My teaching philosophy is to teach the students how to "fish", not trying to provide the
"fishes" to the students.
Current Teaching Courses:
My current teaching interests include “Global Carbon Cycle” and "Environment Modeling".
In addition, I have given a number of guest lectures in a variety of courses in Canada,
USA, France, and China for both undergraduate and graduate students.
1): 2002 Fall: ATM 402/502: 1. The GolbalCarbon Cycle
2): 2003 Spring: ATM 515: Environment Modeling