Department of Geosciences - Graduate Students

Graduates 2013

 

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Kelsie Abrams
M.S. in Geology, Salisbury University

Anthropology, Minor in History, Minor in Earth Science

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Adam Behlke
B.S. in Geology/Geophysics, B.S. in Zoology, University of Wis. Parkside, University of Wis. Madison

Geosciences

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Dustin Blencoe
B.S. in Geology, Fort Hays State University

Geology

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Thomas Buskuskie
B.S.  in Geology, Marquette University

Geosciences

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James Clare
B.S. in Geology, Fort Hays State University

Geology

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Detherage (Vincent) Schamra
B.S. in Philosophy

Geosciences

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Joshua Fry
B.S. in Geology, Clarion University of Pennsylvania

Geosciences, Paleontology

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Steven Graf
B.S. in Geography, Fort Hays State University

Geosciences, Geography

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Jonathan Hammond
B.S. in Industrial Technology, Oklahoma Panhandle State University

Geology

 

Brandon Jacobs

B.S. in Communications, Fort Hays State University, Barton County Community College

Geography

 

Phillip Kepka

Applied Geography/GIS

 

Sam Lane

B.S. in Geography, Fort Hays State University

Geography

 

Susan Liebl

University of California, Berkeley, John F. Kennedy University, Cabrillo College, University of California, Santa Cruz, Oklahoma University

Geosciences

 

Jiayi Liu

International Law, Northwest University of Politics and Law.  Pre-Law, Fort Hays State University

Geology

 

Melissa Macias

B.A. in Geology, University of California Santa Barbara

Geosciences

 

Samuel, Montoia

B.A. in Geography, Fort Hays State University

Geography

 

Cassie Morrison

B.A. Geography, Fort Hays Sate University

Geosciences, Geography

 

Larissa Parker

B.A. in Biology, Ottawa University

Geology

 

Kory Pierret

B.S. in Geography, Fort Hays State University

Geosciences

 

Steven Reed

B.A. in Geology, Fort Hays State University

Geology

 

Amber Reynolds

B.A. in Anthropology, Geography, University of Kansas

Geography

 

Skyler Schultz

Geosciences

 

Ian Trevethan

B.S. in Earth Sciences, Montana State University, Fort Hays State University

Geosciences

 

Lukas Thompson

B.S. in GIS, Geology, KSU Salina, Fort Hays State University

Geosciences

 

 

Previous Graduates

 

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Mike Calvello
M.S. in Geosciences (Geology) - Vertebrate Paleontology
Gloversville, NY

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Dustin Fross
M.S. in Geosciences (Geography)
Hays, KS

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Miranda Lucas
M.S. in Geosciences (Geology) - Vertebrate Paleontology
Valdosta, GA

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Kathryn (Kate) Prinslow
M.S. in Geosciences (Geography) - GIS
Kiowa, CO

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Dennis (Denny) Roth
M.S. in Geosciences (Geology) - Vertebrate Paleontology
Republic, KS

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Eamonn Coveney
M.S. in Geosciences (Geography)
Hays, KS

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Sebastian Dalman
M.S. in Geosciences (Geology)
Chicopee, MA

 "After my graduation from FHSU I continue to stay active with my research in Vertebrate Paleontology. Several of my papers, including my MS thesis will soon be published.  I am currently  working on several projects at Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History in New Haven, Connecticut. I am co-authoring one very extensive project with Dr. Alan Gishlick, a Paleontologist from Yale. Our work is on new and previously described material of theropod dinosaur from the Lameta Formation of India. The species name is Indosuchus raptorius and our work is focused on systematics and phylogenetics.  This November, we will present our work at the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology meeting. We plan to submit the paper by the end of this year to the Bulletin of American Museum of Natural History. Recently, I was offered to work on my PhD in Vertebrate Paleontology at the University of Hamburg, Germany. My potential project there will be on the Eocene mammals from Europe. Next year I'll most likely be moving there to study. I guess that's about it what has happened with me since I left Hays. It was a great experience for me, it was not easy, but I made it and I am proud that I was one of the Geosciences students  at FHSU."