Karen Jennings

Lakes District, England, Summer, 1998

Background information:

I am finishing my graduate studies at the University of Vermont, persuing a MS degree in Geology with a focus on fluvial geomorphology. I plan to defend in early December, 2000.

I recieved my BA in 1996 from Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, with a major in geoscience and a minor in English. During the summer of 1996, I worked as a teaching assistant for the Living Classrooms Foundation in Baltimore, Maryland. During 1997, I worked for the Pennsylvania Bridge Scour Project at the USGS Water Resources office in Lemoyne, Pennsylvania. My work there was part of the Oak Ridge Associated Universities paid internship program.

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Karen L. Jennings
Room 001, Perkins Building
The University of Vermont
Burlington, Vermont 05405
(W) 802-656-3398
This page was last updated on 10/13/2000

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