Kim R. Robeson
Kim R. Robeson was born on October 22, 1959. Kim worked in the field of mechanical engineering design in southern California. He received his undergraduate geology degree from California State University, San Bernadino in 1995. He then attended Utah State University where he received his MS degree in geology in 1998. Kim worked with Jim Evans on faults in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of California for his MS thesis. Kim had started working as a research assistant at USU when he died accidentally in Logan on November 20, 1998. Kim loved geology. He left behind many friends in the Logan area.
The Kim R. Robeson Memorial Award
The Kim R. Robeson Memorial Award was developed in honor of Kim, by his adviser, Jim Evans and Susanne Janecke. The award provides support of non-class-related trips, travel to laboratories at other institutions, or repeat field visits for graduate students. Trips organized by student groups may be supported as well.
Calls for proposals for this award will be made each fall and spring. There are separate application deadlines and a separate application form from the general scholarship deadlines and forms as a result.