— Students Present Research at 2014 LPSC

September 22nd, 2014
by Eric Grosfils

This past March, two current students and one recent graduates culminated their research with Prof. Grosfils by giving a presentation at the 2014 Lunar and Planetary Science Conference in Houston, TX. Weighing in at his first conference, Jack Albright (’16) represented the rest of the student and faculty team (John Baxter ’09, Peter Ferrin ’14, Dr. Grosfils, Dr. McGovern) as he explained the team’s new insights into “Using Mapping-derived Quantitative Strain Estimates to Test Uplift versus Dike Emplacement Models for Giant Radial Lineament System Formation on Venus” to a diverse array of planetary scientists. Continuing our tradition of celebrating student achievement and performance at the conference, the presenters joined other Sagehen alumni attending the conference for some conversation and reminiscing over refreshments: as always, it is terrific to see current and former students mixing it up and sharing stories about their Sagehen days!


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