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Student Research Symposium Awards

2016 symposium participants.
2016 symposium participants.

In February 2016 the Jackson School’s Graduate Student Executive Committee organized its 5th Annual Research Symposium. Winners and honorable mentions are as follows:

Kelly Regimbal shows her award-winning poster to  JSG Dean Sharon Mosher.
Kelly Regimbal shows her award-winning poster to JSG Dean Sharon Mosher.
LATE-CAREER PH.D. BEST POSTER AWARD

1st Place: Mason Fried. Mass loss down under: distributed
subglacial discharge drives significant submarine melt at a
tidewater glacier.
2nd Place: Romy Hanna. 3-D measurement of fine-grained
rims in CM Murchison using XCT.

LATE-CAREER MASTER’S BEST POSTER AWARD

1st Place: Kelly Regimbal. Optimizing CMP stacking using
the seislet transform.
2nd Place: Matt Ledvina. Investigating the pathways and
P-T-X conditions of hydrothermal fluid flow responsible for
Cu-Au mineralization in the Ertsberg East Skarn System,
Papua, Indonesia.

EARLY-CAREER GRADUATE BEST POSTER AWARD

1st Place: Sarah George, Basin evolution in northern Peru:
implications for the growth of topographic barriers linking the
Central and Northern Andes.
2nd Place: Tomas Capaldi. U-Pb geochronology of modern
river sands from wedge-top foreland depo-centers: when
sinks becomes the source.

UNDERGRADUATE BEST POSTER AWARD

1st Place: Susannah Morey. The evolution of the surveyor
fan and channel system, Gulf of Alaska, based on core-logseismic
integration at IODP site U1417.
2nd Place: Natalie Raia. Petrogenesis of cycladic
serpentinites: understanding the tectonic history preserved
in metamorphic rocks in Syros, Greece.

BEST REPRESENTED RESEARCH GROUP

1st Place: Whitney Behr’s Research Group
2nd Place: Sergey Fomel’s Research Group