Former Undergraduate

Ona Underwood '21

Ona Underwood '21

Magnetic Susceptibility and [Hg] stratigraphy across the Cretaceous-Paleogene Boundary

Currently: Still at Princeton

 

 

 

Emily Geyman '19Emily Geyman ’19

How Do Shallow Carbonates Record Sea Level and Seawater Chemistry? [59]

Currently: M.S. student at Universitet i Tromsø, Norske Polarinstitut in Tromsø and The University Centre in Svalbard, in Longyearbyen, Norway

 

 

William van Cleve '17Will van Cleve ’17

Modeling the relationship between climate and conflict: Nigerian intergroup conflict, Boko Haram violence and the Israel-Palestine Conflict

Currently: Engineering Project Manager at Doosan GridTech, Seattle, WA (LinkedIn)

 

 

Ray Bartolucci '17Raymond Bartolucci '17 (CBE)

Former Grinder Lab Machinist

The Scalable Synthesis of Metal Hybrid Nanoparticles for Use in Targeted Drug Delivery, Catalysis, and Biosensors

Currently: Associate Manager IO Market Research at Bristol-Myers Squibb, Princeton, NY  (LinkedIn)

 

Anna van  Brummen '16

Anna van Brummen '16

Calibration and Noise Characterization of a Newly Installed Seismometer at Princeton

Currently: Technical Sales Associate, Electro Optical Industries, Inc. Goleta, CA (LinkedIn)

 

 

Sarah Bluher '14Sarah Bluher ’14

An Integrated Chemostratigraphic Approach to Understanding the Siluro-Devonian Positive Carbon Isotope Excursion  [47]

Currently: Social Science Research Analyst, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid, Baltimore, MD (LinkedIn)

 

 

Andrew Budnick '13Andrew Budnick ’13

Origins of the Elatina Rhythmites and the History of the Earth-Moon Orbit

Currently: Exploration geologist for ExxonMobil, Spring, TX (LinkedIn)

 

 

 

Christian Chen '13Christine Chen ’13

Lake Bonneville's Tilted Shorelines Revisited: Implications for Late Pleistocene Climate  [41]  [51]

Currently: O.K. Earl Postdoctoral Researcher, Division of Geological Sciences, Caltech, Pasadena, CA (LinkedIn)

 

Christian Proistosescu '09Cristi Proistosescu ’09

An Objective Test for Orbital Forcing of Oligo-Miocene Climate [33]

Currently: Assistant Professor in the Departments of Atmospheric Sciences and Geology, University of Illinois, Urbana, IL (Website)

 

 

 

Alexander Cox '20Alexander Cox ’20 (CEE)

Former CEE Geological Engineer

Environmental Controls on the Lateral Distribution of Stromatolites

Currently:  Master's of Sciences, MS, Earth Sciences, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH  (LinkedIn)

 

Alec Getraer '19

Alec Getraer ’19

Tributary Slopes Record Regional Climate and Constrain Branching Angles in U.S. River Networks

Currently:  Photogrammetry Technician for the Forest Service Southwestern Region, Albuquerque NM

 

Artemis Eyster '19

Artemis Eyster '19

Lianas, Arrested Succession, and Decreased Carbon Storage: Examining the Links Between Topography, Liana Density, and the Persistence of Low-Canopy Areas

Last known location: Recreational Educational Fellow, Conserve School K-12, Land O' Lakes, WI (LinkedIn)

 

Benjamin Getraer '19Benjamin Getraer ’19

Former Undergraduate and Grinder Lab Technician

Comparison of GRACE Derived Greenland Mass Wasting To Near Surface Temperature from MERRA-2 Reanalysis 

Currently:  Wilderness Ranger at U.S. Forest Service, San Juan National Forest, CO (LinkedIn)

 

Adrian Tasistro Hart '17Adrian Tasistro-Hart ’17

Astronomically forced hydrology of the Late Cretaceous sub-tropical Potosí Basin, Bolivia

Currently: Graduate Studies, ETH, Zurich, Switzerland, Masters in Geophysics (LinkedIn)

 

 

Ali Campion '16Ali Campion ’16

Constraining the timing and amplitude of late Visean glacioeustasy with a continuous carbonate record in Northern Spain  [57]

Currently: Research Associate and Data Scientist, Hanover, NH (LinkedIn)

 

 

Yuem Park '15Yuem Park ’15

Determining Lateral Stratigraphic Variation Using Well Log Gamma Ray Measurements:  A Case Study in the Paradox Formation of the Southwest US [55]

Currently: Ph.D. student, University of California, Berkeley, CA (LinkedIn)

 

 

Charlotte Conners '14Charlotte (Conner) Ammouri '14

Using 15N/14N in Diatom Fossils to Understand Changes in Surface Ocean Nutrient Dynamics 2.73 MA

Currently: Director of Corporate Development at Bridgestone Americas, Nashville, TN (Linkedin)

 

Mike Eddy '11Michael Eddy ’11

U-Pb Geochronology from the Pimple Hills near Ogdensburg, NJ: Implications for the Tectonic History of the Losee-Wanaque Composite Arc [25]

Currently: Assistant Professor, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN  (Website)