Trent Adams (BS Geology, 2019)

Graduate Student in Ellensburg, Washington

After completing my undergraduate degree at CWU in 2019 I spent a year working for geotechnical and environmental consulting firms in Washington State. My time as a consultant was split between geotechnical engineering, stormwater system engineering, evaluating geologic hazards, and conducting research for environmental clean up sites.

In Fall 2020 I returned to CWU, enrolled as a graduate student in the Geologic Sciences department. At CWU Geology, I am working with Dr. Breanyn MacInnes for my thesis project, which entails investigating geomorphic modifications caused by landslide tsunamis in Alaska and Greenland.

Information last updated on Sep 30, 2021