Current Students

Andrew Munro, B.A.
Modeling the rheology of the Venusian lithosphere


John Hossain, M.A. ’18
The Effect of Reverse Fault Geometry on Slip Rate Estimates”, Research Scientist at the New York City Department of Environmental Protection (NYC DEP), Office of Stormwater Planning & Engineering

Will Sawyer, B.A. (with high honors) ’16
Numerical modeling of pseudotachylyte injection vein formation“, B.E. Dartmouth 2017, MIT engineering graduate student

Natchanan Doungkaew, B.A. (with honors) ’14
Using Syndepositional Monoclines to Estimate Paleo-Elastic Properties of a Mixed Carbonate Siliciclastic Sequence, Guadalupe Mts, NM“, PhD student at UT Austin

Katherine Shervais, B.A. (with honors) ’13
Examining Microroughness Evolution in Natural Pseudotachylyte-Bearing Fault Surfaces, Gole Larghe Fault Zone, Italy“, MS Colorado State University, Peer Learning Teams Manager at Integrated Work Strategies, Boulder, CO

Julia Mulhern, B.A. (with high honors) ’12
Tessera Fold Belt topography in Ovda Regio, Venus“, PhD University of Utah, Production Geologist at Shell in New Orleans

George C. Bennum ’09, B.A./M.A. ’11
“Three-dimensional mapping of Synsedimentary Faulting in the Capitan Reef, Guadalupe Mountains, NM/TX”, Senior Software Engineer And Founder at Novi Finance, Boston

Gregory Hurd, B.A. (with honors) ’10
Nearest Neighbor Analysis of Compaction in Basin Margin Sediments of the Capitan Depositional SystemPhD UT Austin

Gus Seixas, (with high honors) ’10
Neogene deformation associated with the Wheeler fault, Lake Mead, Arizona”, M.S. Stanford University, Watershed Scientist at Skagit River System Cooperative, WA

Jeremy Fairbanks, B.A. (with honors) ’06
“Syndepositional Deformation of the Capitan Carbonate Reef Complex, Slaughter Canyon, New Mexico: Application of Photogrammetry and GPS Survey Techniques”, MS New Mexico Tech ’09, Senior Geologist at Newmont Mining Corporation, Winnemucca, NV

Vanessa Meer, B.A. (with honors) ’06
“Surface, Slip and Stress Analysis of the Arkitsa Fault, Greece:A review of the relationships among curvature, fracture zones, and stress fields on a test site in the Gulf of Evvia”, MS, Duke University ’10, Project Manager and Environmental Consultant, New York City

Pat Welsh, B.A. (with honors) ’05
“Interpretation of Mesoscopic Deformation in Reverse-drag Folding of Parashant Canyon, Arizona”, Gas Controller at Avangrid, lnc., Orange, Connecticut