My teaching includes graduate teaching in the advanced seismology sequence 278A,B,C, which is offered as demand arises. I also offer the upper division/introductory graduate class 170/270, Global Seismology, which provides basic elasticity, elastodynamics and source theory for pursuing applications of seismic wave analysis. The class web site for 170 is found here: GLOBAL SEISMOLOGY
I plan to offer 118, Seismotectonics in alternate years with 170, and this will be a less demanding class on the basic role of seismology in understanding structure and deformation of the Earth's surface.
I teach a lower division class called Earth Sciences and the Cinema, which is a topical class on the presentation of Earth Sciences concepts in cinematic presentations. I also teach a lower division class called Earth Catastrophes (80A), which is a topical class on the role of catastrophic processes in the history of the Earth and its biosphere. The class web site for 80A is found here: EARTH CATASTROPHES.
I also coordinate the Earth Sciences Graduate Student Seminar series, EART 293, and have co-taught the Great Papers in the Earth Sciences class required for all graduate students in our program.