Graduate Student Defenses!
Spring, 2016 Graduate Student defenses:
Friday, April 22: Dan Burk successfully defended his thesis, "A simplified calibration method for the electro-mechanical seismic sensor to improve the research potential of seismic stations" (Dr. Kevin Mackey, Committee Chair). Congratulations, Dan!
Wednesday, April 27: Matt Karl successfully defended his thesis on, "The origin and implication of the anomalously high amplitude magnetic "blob" on the Eastern North American Margin (ENAM)" (Dr. Masako Tominaga, Committee Chair). Congratulations, Matt!
Friday, April 29: Kaitlyn Trestrail, "Sub-continental lithospheric mantle deformation in the Yerer-Tullu-Wellel volcano tectonic lineament: A study of peridotite xenoliths" (Dr. Tyrone Rooney, Committee Chair). 3:30 p.m., Room 203c Natural Science Building