Mrs. Elizabeth Patyi: 8th Grade Homeroom & Nature Studies

My name is Elizabeth Patyi.
I am from Portland, Maine, and I graduated from Penn State with a B.S. in Geo-sciences in May. I am so blessed to have this opportunity to teach your child math, science, and religion in a way that encourages curiosity, discovery, and a deeper understanding and appreciation of God’s beautiful and intricate creation. I am very excited to roll up my sleeves and get to work on providing the best learning experience possible for your child.

The Pennsylvania State University, Class of 2020
B.S. in Geo-sciences Spring 2020 University Park, PA GPA Within Major: 3.22
Cumulative GPA Fall 2018 to Spring 2020: 3.22
Dean’s List 2019

Relevant Completed Coursework
Physical Geology, Geo-science of Natural Disasters, Earth Materials, Introductory Environmental Geology, Physical Processes (Geology), Structural Geology, Earth History, Geology of Climate Change, Field Geology I, Field Geology II, Geo-biology, Analytical Methods in Mineralogy, Shale Energy, Geochemistry, Senior Thesis, Technical Writing, Calculus I and II with Earth & Mineral Science Applications, Environmental Experimental Chemistry, Basic Concepts and Biodiversity (Biology), Chemical Principles I and II, Mechanics, Fluid and Thermal Physics, Wave Motion and Quantum Physics

Field Geology Services Maine Part-Time Intern June 2 - August, 5, 2020
• River surveying assistant
Maine Geological Survey Summer 2018 Intern
• Field assistant for Quaternary Geomorphologist, Dr. Lindsay Spigel
• Aided with mapping surficial materials and investigating pre-historic landslides
• Worked toward determining when landslides occurred through radiocarbon dating of buried organic materials found by hand coring
Volunteer Catholic School Teacher Fall through Spring 2015-16

Treasurer, Penn State Students for Life Club
Penn State Newman Catholic Student Association
Penn State Geoscience Club

St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic School