I am a structural geologist and thermochronologist with the Energy Research section of the Kansas Geological Survey at the University of Kansas. I am also a Courtesy Assistant Professor in the Department of Geology at KU where I teach and supervise graduate students. My research focuses on evaluating temporal and spatial patterns of strain by integrating structural analysis with low-temperature thermochronology. Current areas of focus are the Basin and Range in southern Nevada and eastern California and the U.S. midcontinent (Kansas and Oklahoma).
I am currently looking for two M.S. students (full funding). Please contact me if you are interested.