Student Spotlight articles feature the ambitious, energetic, and ongoing student efforts in near surface geophysics. These articles can be found at the end of the focus group’s monthly newsletter and are also achieved below. The purpose of these works is to help connect students with others who have similar research interests, inspire future cooperative research, and find out more about what is going on in the near surface research community.
If you or someone you know should be highlighted for their outstanding work, please contact Sarah Morton to set up an interview!
February – Rebekah R. Lee, Boise State University, permafrost applications of near surface seismic
January – Christine Downs, University of South Florida, electrical resistivity and GPR
February – Adam Mangel, Clemson University, GPR
March – Emily Voytek, Colorado School of Mines, self-potential and other electrical methods
April – Gabe Gribler, Boise State University, passive and active seismic
May – Andrea Creighton, University of Wyoming, NMR
June – Agostiny Lontsi, University of Potsdam, passive and active seismic
July – Megan Miller, Arizona State University, InSAR
September – Gordon Osterman, Rutgers University-Newark, NMR
October – Teddi Herring, University of Calgary, Canada, electrical resistivity
November – Folarin Kolawole, Oklahoma State University, seismic and electrical resistivity