Jelte Harnmeijer, University of Washington Ph.D. Dissertation: Squeezing Blood From A Stone: Inferences Into The Life and Depositional Environments Of The Early Archaean. 2010. Jelte went on to be a postdoc at Cambridge University.
Shelley A. Kunasek, University of Washington Ph.D. Dissertation: Advances in reconstructing past atmospheric oxidation chemistry using the oxygen isotope composition of nitrate and sulfate in ice cores. 2009. Shelley went on to teach chemistry at Highline Community College.
Daniel J. Allman, University of Washington M.S. Thesis: Quantifying sulfate formation pathways downwind of the Sahara desert: Influence of dust aerosols on the marine boundary layer sulfur budget. 2009.Dan went on to be a Ph.D. student at the University of Iowa.
Joseph L. Flaherty, University of Washington M.S. Thesis: Interannual variability of deuterium excess in Antarctic precipitation. 2008. Joe went on to be an Environmental Engineer with Boeing
Julia C. Jarvis, University of Washington. Ph.D. Dissertation: Isotopic Studies of Ice Core Nitrate and Atmospheric Nitrogen Oxides in Polar Regions. 2008. Julia went on to teach chemistry at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
Lora S. Koenig, University of Washington. Ph.D. Dissertation: Firn properties relevant to passive microwave remote sensing, 2008. Lora went on to the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Cryospheric Sciences Branch.
Kenneth H. Williford, University of Washington. Ph.D. Dissertation: Biogeochemistry of the Triassic/Jurassic boundary. 2007. Ken went on to be a Research Fellow in the Department of Applied Chemistry, Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Australia.
Summer B. Rupper, University of Washington. Ph.D. Dissertation: Glacier Sensitivity and Regional Climate: Past and Present. 2007. Summer went on to be Assistant Professor at Brigham Young University.
David P. Schneider, University of Washington. Ph.D. Dissertation: Antarctic climate of the past 200 years from an integration of instrumental, satellite, and ice core proxy data, 2005. David went on to the National Center for Atmospheric Research.
Summer Rupper, University of Washington. M.S. Thesis: On the relationship between snow accumulation at Mt. Logan, Yukon, and climate variability in the North Pacific, 2003.