Kim Le (MS Geology, 2005)

Graduate Student at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

After completing my Masters degree from Central Washington University with Dr. Jeff Lee, I moved to southern California for two years to gain teaching experience. I'm presently in the process of completing a PhD in tectonic geomorphology at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. My research incorporates geochronometers, such as the isotope 10Be, to better understand fault behavior by constraining slip rates and landscape evolution.

I miss the geology department at Central Washington - the faculty and fellow students were wonderful.