Sarah Rupert is a graduate research assistant at the Kansas Geological Survey and fifth-year Ph.D. student in geotechnical engineering at the University of Kansas.  She plays with near-surface seismic to help solve engineering problems, which in most cases translates into long, cold nights of sinkhole hunting.

She is a New England native hailing from the University of Connecticut where she snagged degrees in Geoscience and Civil/Geotechnical Engineering while working for the U.S. Geological Survey.  When she’s not staring at wiggle traces, she’s chasing pavement with her running club or traveling with her aviation-loving husband.

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