William "Sandy" Schenck joined Delaware Geological Survey in 1981 and has a M.S. degree in Geology. Mr. Schenck's principal research interests are Delaware Piedmont Geology. Mr. Schenck serves as a Professional Board Member on the Delaware Board of Professional Geologists.
Mr. Schenck also serves as Immediate Past President of the National Association of State Boards of Geology (ASBOG). He actively participates in ASBOG activities that maintain the ASBOG national geology examinations used for licensure of professional geologists.
Mr. Schenck is the author of over 20 published papers and has conducted many talks and workshops for schools and community organizations. He has been a member of university M.S. committees and has supervised numerous DGS undergraduate assistants.
Mr. Schenck holds a secondary appointment as Associate Professor in the Department of Geological Sciences, College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment.