NORTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY
- FARGO, N D
Kim (McGlynn) Jacobs (2002) earned a M.S. in Geology from the University of Nebraska - Lincoln in Quaternary research. She writes that she, Cody, and their son Eric are living in Mandan, ND, and also that Cody is employed by BP in Prudhoe Bay.
Julia Karst-Gray (2002) has been teaching middle school science at the Buffalo Lake Hector High School, Minnesota since 2003. She writes that her earth science class was excited to see pictures on the NDSU Geosciences Fargo Flood web site of the 2006 Red River flood as it was happening! Julia and Jim's daughter, Olivia, was born in 2005. You can contact Julia at email@example.com.
Rhonda Lyn Olson (2002) has started graduate studies at University of North Dakota Department of Geology and Geological Engineering.
Carson Rittel (2002) earned a MS from New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Earth and Environmental Sciences Department in 2005. For his MS thesis project, along the San Andreas Fault in southern California, he constructed a soil chronosequence of the fan/terrace deposits in the Littlerock Creek area. After graduating, he worked as a project geologist with William Lettis & Associates (now Fugro) in Valencia, California.
Carson moved to Portland in 2008 and currently works as an engineering geologist with GeoDesign (www.geodesigninc.com).
Carson can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or (413) 274-8835.
K.C. Vorthmann (2002) pursued graduate studies at New Mexico Tech Earth and Environmental Sciences Department.
Douglas A. Kolb Jr. (2003) worked as an Associate Field Analyst at NAVTEQ in Fargo, N.D. and Salt Lake City, Utah. In Fall, 2007, he entered the M.S. program in Geology at Southern Illinois University - Carbondale. In 2009 he moved back to Salt Lake City, Utah and now works for Precision Wells, an oil exploration company.