Model of US Capitol in Pearls! Imperial-Deltah
Pearl Company, displayed at AGTA - Tucson,
Arizona Gem Show. Photo by S.W. Aber, 2/2010.
GO 340 Gemstones & Gemology
Students in the gemstone course were assigned a presentation, which for some was web-based. The final project topics were student decisions, with the only requirement that it be related to their new knowledge of gemstones and gemology. The webpages are submitted and peer-reviewed. Enjoy these creative and informative projects!
At our last class meeting each semester, we have a conference where students present their projects; because we meet at 6 pm we begin with a light meal!
To view past student projects, simply choose a semester to find a specific person or visit a topic of interest from the tables below.
Student Work Indexed by Semester
|Fall 2011||Fall 2012|
Shea Walgren-Jaimie Carlos
Seth Pargman-Scott Bowles
Po Hu-Penny Mains-Richard Landzettel
Megan Sprague-Gentry Holaday
Lindsey Gerber-Jake Petty
Brenda Zabriskie-Gina Manders
|Spring 2008||Spring 2009||Spring 2010|
|Spring 2004||Spring 2005||Spring 2006||Spring 2007|
Robert Guy Williams
|Fall 1999||Fall 2000||Spring 2002||Spring 2003|
| Clayton Sneed|
| Jackie Haltom|
| Kevin Barnett|
| Jed Archuleta|
Return to the
Gem Syllabus or assignment webpage.
This page originates from the Earth Science department for the use and benefit of students enrolled at Emporia State University
Student Work Indexed by Topic
Image from Collecting Meteorite
Carolina's Unique Gem
How to Set
A Heart's Desire
of British Regalia
Return to the Gem Syllabus or assignment webpage.
This page originates from the Earth Science department for the use and benefit of students enrolled at Emporia State University. For more information contact the course instructor, S. W. Aber, e-mail: email@example.com Thanks for visiting! Webpage created: 1999; last update: December 4, 2012.