Trish Gregg Wins Prestigious NSF CAREER Award

Posted on 06.20.2018
Prof. Trish Gregg at James Hutton’s classic Siccar Point unconformity, Scotland, during the 2018 GEOL 415/515 field class, which she co-led with Prof. Michael Stewart and Prof. Alison Anders.

The prestigious NSF Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Program supports early-career faculty who have the potential to serve as academic role models in research and education. The 5-year CAREER award will support the research Trish and her students are conducting using sophisticated geodynamic models to investigate catastrophic caldera eruptions and forecast volcanic unrest and the eruption potential of volcanoes in the Aleutians.

See also a piece on the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences news page.

 

Prof. Trish Gregg at James Hutton’s classic Siccar Point unconformity, Scotland, during the 2018 GEOL 415/515 field class, which she co-led with Prof. Michael Stewart and Prof. Alison Anders

Prof. Trish Gregg at James Hutton’s classic Siccar Point unconformity, Scotland, during the 2018 GEOL 415/515 field class, which she co-led with Prof. Michael Stewart and Prof. Alison Anders.