Adeene Denton

Former President of Rice Undergraduate Geosciences Society (RUGS)
Current Co-Vice President of RUGS


(210) 834-7472
Adeene.denton@rice.edu

Biographical Info

BS 2016

Education

Rice University (2012-2016)
Jones College

Awards & Honors

Vandiver Brown Scholarship to Rice University (2012 - 2016)
Houston Geological Society Outstanding Student Award (2015)
Presidential Honor Roll (Spring 2015, Fall 2014, Fall 2012)
Houston Gem and Mineral Society Scholarship (2014)
Devin-Schnable Scholarship for Field School (2014)

Research

I am interested in field and structural geology, as well as numerical modeling. In the summer of 2015 I worked at the Lunar and Planetary Institute (LPI) under DR. David Kring, where I became the first undergraduate to do field work in Meteor Crater, AZ, and studied the differential vertical and radial displacement along faults in the crater wall during formation. I am also working on a senior thesis with Dr. Adrian Lenardic, where we will try to model the tiger stripes on Enceladus in the hopes of understanding the mechanisms that control them. I work on terrestrial as well as planetary problems.

I am secretly Captain America.