David Bradley, M.S.
Temporary Instructor of Geology
Office: Herty, 2100B
Mr. Bradley is a native of Savannah, GA. He received his B.S. degree from the University of West Georgia in geology, his first M.S. degree from the University of Kansas in geology with an emphasis in tectonics, and his second M.S. degree from the Univerisite de Montpellier in Montpellier, FRANCE in geologic risk assessment. Following his interest in geologic risk and structural geology, Mr. Bradley took a position with Golder Associates in Atlanta, GA where he worked as an engineering geologist for just over one year. After Golder Associates, Mr. Bradley moved back home to Savannah to work as department manager of a geotechnical engineering firm for about 5 years before moving away from the corporate environment into academia. During his tenure in the consulting business, Mr. Bradley was managed hundreds of geotechnical explorations and contributed to many large earth engineering projects such as remediation design of road failures, stability analyses of earthen dams, and geologic hazard mapping. Mr. Bradley enjoys sharing his industrial experience with aspiring students interested in what a degree in geology can offer outside of college. Mr Bradley is currently teaching Introduction to Geology, Environmental Geology, and Oceanography and their associated labs. He is also steadily involved in the Center for Sustainability located on the Georgia Southern campus. When he is not teaching, David enjoys snowboarding and spending time with his 3 year old daughter and family.
Last updated: 7/17/2014