Sebastían Herrera, 2018, visiting Ph.D. student, from University of Chile, working on sandbox modeling of the tectonic evolution of the South Central Andes.
Cheyenne Haverfield, 2018-present, Ph.D. student, stratigraphic and tectonic evolution of the Olympic subduction complex, WA.
Leah Youngquist, 2018-present, Ph.D. student, thermal and kinematic evolution of the Olympic subduction complex, WA.
Neta Bar, 2015-present, Ph.D. student, tectonic evolution of Big Sur and the California Coast Ranges.
David Colwyn, Ph.D., 2018; stable isotopes and paleotopography of Patagonian Andes; now: NSF Postdoctoral Fellow, Univ. Colorado at Boulder.
Elizabeth Christeleit, Ph.D., 2016; thermochronology and erosion of glacial valleys in the Patagonian Andes; now: Data Scientist, Sitka Technology Group, Portland, OR.
Patrick Young, Ph.D., 2016, mantle geochemistry of the Aeolian Arc, southern Italy; now: Data Scientist, Yale/YNHH Center for Outcomes Research, New Haven, CT.
Chris Thissen, Ph.D. 2016; deformation processes in orogenic wedges; now: Machine Learning and Data Science, Boston Fusion, Boston, MA.
Devin McPhillips PhD 2011, thermochronology and structural geology in the Sierra Nevada and Swiss Alps; now: Geologist, USGS, Pasadena, CA.
Karen Paczkowski PhD 2012; geodynamic modeling of retreating subduction zones; now: AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellow.
Keith Ma M. Phil., 2014, glacial erosion in the Patagonian Andes; now: Data Engineer, Geoinnovation, Boston, MA.
Madalyn Blondes Ph.D. 2009, mantle melting as imaged by monogenetic basaltic vents in eastern California; now: Research Geologist at USGS, Reston, VA.
Ian Miller Ph.D. 2006, paleofloral estimates of tectonic offset for Baja British Columbia; now: Director of Earth and Space Sciences, and Curator of Paleobotany at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, Denver, CO.
James Stevenson Ph.D. 2006, melting of eclogites, Tromso nappe, northern Norway; now: Senior Director, Global Coal at IHS Markit
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
Jeff Rahl Ph.D. 2005, tectonics of the Hellenic subduction wedge; now: Professor, Washington and Lee University.
Matthias Bernet Ph.D. 2002, detrital thermochronology and tectonics; now: Senior Lecturer at Université Grenoble Alpes, France.
Jessica Graybill M.Sc. 2000, tectonics; now: Associate Professor in Geography, at Colgate College.
Jeff Feehan Ph.D. 1997, stain analysis and fluid flow in Late Cretaceous San Juan-Cascades thrust system.
Martin Olsen Ph.D. 1996, experimental deformation of porous sandstones; now: Chief Geophysicist, O&G Development Kft, Budapest, Hungary.
Bokai Kang, M. Phil.,1992, pressure-solution deformation in the Olympic subduction complex; now: works as a communications programmer.