Honors Hannah Krueger ’17 pursues doctorate in seismology at Brown University

Hannah Krueger graduated from Honors at Appalachian with fully-funded offers to attend Ph.D. programs at Yale, UC Berkeley, and Brown. She chose Brown University, where she has since been working towards her Ph.D. in seismology. Krueger completed her Honors thesis, “Analysis of Secular Velocity Contamination Using Seasonal GPS Signals,” under the direction of Dr. Scott Marshall, professor in the Department of Geological and Environmental Sciences.

To read more about Krueger's work at Appalachian and successes beyond, click here for the full story by Linda Coutant in AppalachianToday. 

Top photo features Hannah Krueger ’17, a doctoral student at Brown University. Krueger had a full-ride Chancellor’s Scholarship while a student at Appalachian. The scholarship is designed for students with ambitious academic goals involving graduate or professional postbaccalaureate degrees. Photo by University Communications

Honors Hannah Krueger ’17
Published: Nov 7, 2019 12:17pm