Congratulations to lab member Emma Tulsky who successfully defended and graduated this May. Her Masters thesis was on the effects of contact metamorphism had on the sulfur and carbon bearing species in the intruded sedimentary rocks.
I’m happy to say that Emma will be starting a job with Newmont Mining in June. She will be working on Carlin-type Gold deposits in Nevada.
Thanks Emma for sticking around to do a masters degree after doing your bachelors at Tech!