I am a geologist, and my research focuses on glacial geology, Quaternary history, and climate change. Students have worked with me as research assistants in Iceland, Maine, the Faroe Islands, and PA, and also in my laboratory here in the Environmental Studies Department in Gettysburg. I teach classes such as Earth System Science, Climate Change and Disasters, Glacial Geology and Records of Climate Change, Geologic Disasters and Global Change, and a first year seminar about the Geology of National Parks. Feel free to contact me with any questions!

   Department of Environmental Studies
Campus Box 2455
Gettysburg College
300 North Washington Street
Gettysburg, PA 17325

Office Phone Number: 717 – 337 – 6079
Email: sprincip.at.gettysburg.edu

Pronouns: she/her/hers

Land Acknowledgement: Gettysburg College is on unceded Indigenous land including the traditional homelands of the Susquehannock/Conestoga, Seneca and the Haudenosaunee Confederacy, Leni Lenape, and Shawnee Nations, and the connections of Indigenous Peoples to this land continue today.