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Geology student places first in 3-Minute Thesis (3MT) competition!

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Allison Scates (Geology, M.S. student) won 1st place in the 3-Minute Thesis (3MT) competition at UL Lafayette for her presentation titled, "Geomorphic and Shallow Subsurface Expression of Growth Faults in Mississippi River Delta Quaternary Sediment; Golden Meadow, Louisiana.”

Allison will travel to the Conference of Southern Graduate Schools meeting in Birmingham where she will represent UL Lafayette in the regional 3MT competition.

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