Global Travel Grant Recipients Announced

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SSA awarded Shanna Chu, Danielle Lindsay and Christina Tsarsitalidou with travel grants to present their research at technical conferences later this Fall. The grants are part of the Global Travel Grant program, which was established to support the careers of student and early-career members. Two student recipients are heading to … Continue Reading »

High School Junior’s Consumer Seismometer Delivers Low-Cost Earthquake Early Warning

23 April 2021–A Southern California high school junior has built a low-cost seismometer device that delivers earthquake early warnings for homes and businesses. Costing less than $100 for her to make today, the seismometer could someday be a regular household safety device akin to a smart smoke detector, says its … Continue Reading »

At Work: Marlon Ramos

Marlon Ramos

14 February 2020–As he pursued his master’s degree at Boise State University, Marlon Ramos was doing what he calls “traditional, active-source seismology,” interpreting seismic pictures of tsunami-producing faults near the Kodiak Island segment of the Alaska-Aleutian megathrust zone. “I had an interest in subduction zones and the very large earthquakes … Continue Reading »

SSA Global Travel Grant Recipients Announced

Five SSA student members have received Global Travel Grants to attend workshops or small meetings around the world. Farnaz Kamranzad (University of Tehran) will use the grant to attend the 11th International Workshop on Statistical Seismology in Hakone, Japan. Angela G. Marusiak (University of Maryland, College Park) will be traveling … Continue Reading »