Pictures from AEG chapter members

September 28th, 2012: Lauren Schaefer (GMES) received the Lemke Scholar award for her work, “Numerical modeling of magmatic intrusions and their affects on volcanic stability." AEG Annual Meeting in Salt Lake City.
September 28th, 2012: Daniel Smith (GMES) received the Platinum Corporate Sponsor award for his work, “Stability and Rainfall Susceptibility of Volcanic Slopes on the Chichontepec Volcano in Central El Salvador.” AEG Annual Meeting in Salt Lake City.
April 5th, 2012: Lauren Schaefer (GMES) is one of the finalists for the 2012 AEG North Central Section graduate student paper competition. Lauren will be presenting her paper "Numerical Modeling of Volcanic Slope Instability and Related Hazards at Pacaya Volcano, Guatemala" at the AEG North Central section 2012 Student Paper Competition Night in Chicago.
April 5th, 2012: Guoqun Zhang (GMES) is the winner of the 2012 AEG North Central Section undergraduate student paper competition. Guoqun will be presenting her paper "Analyzing the Slope Stability of the Transitional Slope Beside a Loess Platform, in Northwest China" at the AEG North Central section 2012 Student Paper Competition Night in Chicago.
April 1st, 2012: Michigan Tech AEG student chapter field Trip led by Dr. Stan Vitton (CEE) on April 14th. (Check for details)
March 15th, 2012: AEG NEWS reported Michigan Tech AEG student chapter member Lauren Schaefer's (GMES) field trip to Pacaya Volcano, Guatemala (Page: 41). The fieldwork was supported as part of the NSF Partnerships for International Research and Education (PIRE) project.
September 25th, 2011: Michigan Tech AEG student chapter member Patrick Manzoni (GMES) received the platinum corporate sponsor award for his outstanding student abstract at the 54th annual meeting of the Association of Environmental and Engineering Geologists, held in Anchorage, Alaska. Manzoni was selected as one of the three awardees based on his abstract, “Slope Stability Analysis of the Pacaya Volcano, Guatemala, Using Limit Equilibrium and Finite Element Method.” A review committee of three AEG members selected Manzoni’s abstract from more than 30 student abstracts. The fieldwork forming the basis of the research was conducted as part of the Partnerships for International Research and Education (PIRE) project.

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