My name is Jeremiah Mickey. I graduated with my B.S. geology degree from Indiana University’s Bloomington campus in 2016. During my time working on my undergraduate degree, I also spent three years working in the subsurface section of the Indiana Geological Survey. My work there was mostly spent correlating oil and gas well logs across Indiana. After graduating, I worked for a year for the IGS on a project where we were tracking down the sources of arsenic in the groundwater of northern Indiana. I am currently working on my Master’s degree in geology at Indiana University-Purdue University of Indianapolis. I am focusing on tracking the movement of glacial sediment during the last glacial maximum in the Midwestern United States.