Teaching



W. Lee Daniels teaches undergraduate classes at Virginia Tech in:
  • Basic soils
  • Geomorphology
  • Soil genesis
  • Wetland soils
  • Reclamation of drastically disturbed lands.
He also teaches graduate level courses in advanced hydric soils & wetland mitigation, and mined land reclamation. These two graduate level classes are offered in both on-campus lecture format and as on-line distance learning classes for off-campus students.

Current Courses


♦ CSES/ENSC 3114* - Basic Soils
3 Credits - Every fall, ~ 100 students

♦ CSES 3304/GEOG/GEOS* - Geomorphology
3 C – Every spring, ~ 40 students

♦ CSES/ENSC 4644 - Land Based Systems for Waste Treatment
3 C – Even springs ~ 15 students

♦ CSES/ENSC 4774 - Reclamation of Drastically Disturbed Lands
3 C – Even falls, ~ 15 students

♦ CSES/ENSC 4854* - Wetland Soils and Mitigation
3 C – Odd falls, ~ 15 students
     
♦ CSES 5114 - Soils for Professionals
3 C – On-Line course taught every spring term, ~ 15 students

♦ CSES 5124** - Topics in Soil Genesis
1 C – Odd falls, ~ 3 students

♦ CSES 5774 - Advanced Reclamation of Disturbed Areas
4 C – Even falls, ~ 15 students

♦ CSES 5854** - Advanced Wetland Soils
4 C – Odd falls, ~ 5 students

♦ CSES 5864** - Advanced Wetland Soils and Mitigation
3 C – On-Line class taught odd falls, ~ 10 students

♦ CSES 5874 - Reclamation of Disturbed Lands
3 C –  On-Line class taught even falls, ~ 10 students

*Team-taught courses  coordinated by W. Lee Daniels.
**Team-taught courses coordinated by John Galbraith.

Note:  Odd/Even Years are defined as follows: courses taught in 2015/2016 are in an odd year.