Jessica teaching about kimberlites on the UNAVCO RESESS fieldtrip near the Green Mountain Kimberlite outside Boulder in July 2015. The RESESS program is a summer research experience for undergraduates from under represented backgrounds in the earth sciences https://resess.unavco.org/
All suited up to go underground to collect samples at diamond mine in South Africa. Jessica blogged about her field seasons in southern Africa in summers of 2012 and 2013. tectonicsandtreasure.wordpress.com
Members of the Earth Surface Processes Modeling Group at the GFZ-Postdam walking around Liege on a group retreat to Belgium.
Participants in the Africa Earth Observatory Network (AEON) Earth Systems Stewardship course, August 2013. Part of this course was a short course on thermochronology taught by Dr. Becky Flowers (University of Colorado) and Jessica.
Jessica Skyping with a 6th grade Earth and Space Science classroom through Skype a Scientist. They asked lots of great questions about geology! Spring 2019
Jessica with field assistant Maria Shipapo visiting the Kimberley "Big Hole" kimberlite in 2013. Maria was an Honors student at Nelson Mandela University at the time. Fieldwork in South Africa was a great opportunity for international networking and collaboration.
Current and former members of the Flower's lab at University of Colorado reunite at the field trip for the THERMO2018 meeting in Quedlinburg, Germany.