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ChurchillKim Churchill used magnetic and electromagnetic gear to locate uncatalogued objects buried around Camp Lucas , an Army base that dates back to the 1950s. Under the guidance of LSSU geology professor Kelso, Churchill presented her results at the American Institute of Professional Geologists in Traverse City . Her presentation poster took second place in the nation for undergraduates, and went on to the American Geophysical Union meeting in San Francisco . The AIPG gave her a $500 prize for the excellent work.

"I've been accepted to Montana Tech's graduate school to pursue a master's degree in geophysical engineering. I have also accepted a full-funded graduate research assistantship to work with the Montana National Guard on developing magnetic techniques to detect unexploded ordinance. My summer internship with Geolex, a company under contract with the Guard, will study acquiring data, performing analysis, and offering interpretation on unexploded ordinance."

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