Meet Dr. Alice Chang - PCIGR Project Manager
Alice is an EOAS alumna, having obtained a BSc degree (Hon., First Class) when the department was called Geological Sciences, and a MSc degree when the department became Earth and Ocean Sciences. Her thesis projects involved the sedimentology and micropaleontology of diatomaceous marine sediments of Miocene age from southern California. She subsequently pursued a PhD at Carleton University (Ottawa), researching late Holocene diatomaceous marine sediments from Vancouver Island. This was followed by a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Victoria, where she analyzed the geochemistry of late Quaternary marine sediments from along the western North American margin. Alice then managed analytical laboratories in the Faculty of Forestry at UBC before returning to EOAS, where she is currently a project manager at PCIGR.