Christina VerhaganChristina was just selected for the 2018 Lunar and Planetary Institute (LPI) Career Development Award! 

The award is given each year to a handful of graduate students from the US and other countries as well who have submitted a first-authored abstract to the annual Lunar and Planetary Science Conference.  Christina will receive a travel stipend to help cover the cost of attending the meeting, which takes place in mid-March.  She will be presenting her work: "Magnetism of the Chicxulub crater lower peak ring."