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Heather Judd

Fort Collins, CO, USA

Heather Judd

M.Sc in Geoscience Colorado State University (GPA: 3.77) 2015-2018
Lithologic interpretation using hyperspectral data and photogrammetry of the Eocene Green River Formation, UT

B.S. in Geoscience University of Utah (Major GPA: 3.4/GPA: 3.0) August 2014 Scholarships: Deanís List, Thomas Parry Billings, Sedimentary, and Departmental Geology scholarships

Work Experience:
GIS Analyst Intern, Crestone Peak Resources, Summer 2017
Supported the mapping and subsurface geology department with geospatial analysis, data management, and data creation using ArcGIS for Desktop 10.4, ArcMap 10.4, and ArcPro.
Completed two major products involving land, regulatory, and subsurface teams.
Projects included automating digital mapping workflows of future drill sites using Model Builder and analyzing 3D subsurface wells for future well planning.
Daily projects included mapping metes and bounds, geospatially referencing past lease agreements, mapping current leases, and joining spatial data for better analysis and organization.

Graduate Teaching Assistant, Colorado State University, Introduction to GIS (NR 322), Spring 2017
Lead two labs of 30 students teaching ArcGIS for Desktop workflows and concepts.
Responsibilities include designing and collecting data for GIS lab assignments, providing teaching presentations before each lab, and grading.
Labs explored in-depth applications of common techniques used in ArcGIS including geographic projections, writing metadata, and statistical data analysis.

Graduate Teaching Assistant, Colorado State University, Geology Field Camp (GEOL 436), Summer 2016
Supervised 35 undergraduate geology students overnight in Silverton, CO.
Responsibilities included grading field assignments and assisting students with fieldwork such as measuring lithologic section, lithologic interpretation, and determining depositional environments.

Undergraduate Grant-Funded Research, University of Utah, Jan-Dec 2013
Identified and described a theropod using CT-scanning processes to analyze internal morphology.
Presented at 2013 Society of Vertebrate paleontology with travel grant award assistantship

Office Manager, Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles (SSAR) &, 2010-2015
Coordinated all aspects of the SSAR publications office including the responsibility of thirteen professional journals, publication orders, online inventory, and data management.

CSU Geospatial Centroid, former intern, assisted ArcPro workshop, attending R workshop, 2016-2017
Association of American Petroleum Geologists Student Chapter at CSU, Vice President, 2016-2017
CSU Geosciences Mentoring Program, 2015-2017

Professional Affiliations:
ASPRS (Attended Rocky Mountain Regional Meeting Nov 3-5, Centennial, CO), 2017-2018
GIS Colorado, Rocky Mountain PUG, GIS in the Rockies, 2017-2018
GSA (Attended 2017 National Meeting Oct 22-25, Seattle, WA & 2016 Sept 25-28, Denver, CO), 2011-2017
AAPG (Tentative Attendance 2018 Annual Conference May 20-23, Salt Lake City, UT), 2011-2017

Volunteer Fieldwork and Teaching History:
CASA of Larimer County Volunteer, 2017-2018
Geoscience Teaching Volunteer, Earth Science Week, Utah Geological Survey, 2013-2015
Fieldwork undergraduate assistant for graduate student thesis research, 2012-2015
Paleontology fieldwork and fossil preparer volunteer, 2011-2015

Heather Judd

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