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Assistant Professor
Environmental Science

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Laurie Grigg, PhD, joined the Norwich University faculty in 2011. She received her bachelors degree in geology from Colorado College and a master's and PhD in physical geography from the University of Oregon.

She teaches Introduction to Geology, Oceanography, Introduction to Geographic Information Systems, and Fundamentals of Environmental Science. Grigg is also heavily involved with mentoring senior research projects on water quality and sedimentation in central Vermont lakes. This research has received past funding from EPSCoR Vermont and has led to multiple student presentations at regional meetings. In addition to studying modern lake processes, Grigg specializes in the reconstruction of past environmental change by analyzing sediment cores from lakes. Her paleo-work has been published in multiple journals and presented at national meetings.

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