Arthur Chadwick, PhD

Arthur Chadwick

Biological Sciences
Research Professor
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31 years

Director of the Dinosaur Research Project, Dinosaur Science Museum

Postdoctoral, Geology, University of California, 1975-1978

Ph.D., University of Miami, 1969; With Honors 

B.A. Biology, La Sierra College, 1965

2015 Esperante, R., Brand, L., Chadwick, A., and Poma, O. Taphonomy and paleoenvironmental conditions of deposition of fossil whales in the diatomaceous sediments of the Miocene/Pliocene Pisco formation, southern Peru—a new fossil-lagerstätte. Paleogeography, Paleoclimatology, Paleoecology. 417:337-370. 

2015 Brand, L., Wang, M., and Chadwick, A. Global database of paleocurrent trends through the Phanerozoic and Precambrian Scientific Data 2, 150025 doi:10.1038/sdata.2015.25

Geological Society of America 

Society of Vertebrate Paleontologists 

Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists 

American Association of Petroleum Geologists 

California State Scholarship, 1961-65 

United States Public Health Service Pre-doctoral Fellowship, 1965-66 

National Institutes of Health Training Grant, 1966-69 

National Defense Post-doctoral Fellowship, 1969-70 

Visiting Professor of Geology and Geophysics, University of Oklahoma, 1977-78 

Research Associate, Geoscience Research Institute, 1980-97 

Professor of the Year, 1987 

Zapara Award for Excellency in Teaching, 1989 

Nominee Piper Professor Award for Excellence in Teaching, 1996 

Research Professor of Biology and Geology, 2009-present

Chairman Department of Biology, Professor of Geology and Biology, Southwestern Adventist University, 1984-2008

Research Associate Geoscience Research Institute, Loma Linda University, 1988-present  

Professor Graduate Program of Geological Sciences, Loma Linda University, 1979-1988

Associate Professor of Geology, Loma Linda University, 1979-1984

Associate Professor of Biology, Loma Linda University, 1978-1983

Visiting Professor of Geology and Geophysics, University of Oklahoma, 1977-1978

Assistant Professor of Biology, Loma Linda University, 1970-1977

Art Chadwick, Ph.D., has spent more than a year below the rim in the Grand Canyon and 21 years working on the Dinosaur Research Project. He enjoys working outside, studying fossils or gardening. He also enjoys spending time with his wife, Joy; son, Dan; daughter, Barbara; and his six grandchildren.