Tracy K.P. Gregg
An Assistant Professor in the Department of Geology, Tracy K.P. Gregg obtained her B.S. in geological sciences from Brown University in 1990, and five years later earned her doctorate in geology from Arizona State University. Her primary research interest is the behavior of volcanoes on Earth, Mars, and Venus. For her research, Gregg has received grants from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and the National Science Foundation (NSF). She is the is a co-author of many papers and monographs, most recently Environmental Effects on Volcanic Eruptions: From Deep Oceans to Deep Space (2000). In addition, she has contributed to maps of Mars made by the United States Geological Survey.
Photo: close-up of Tracy Gregg as she prepares to drop a pumpkin from the roof of the Natural Sciences Complex
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