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Sarah Truebe

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Personal bio
Sarah Truebe, '07, MS ?07, is completing her doctorate in geosciences (paleoclimatology) and global change at the University of Arizona. She uses stalagmites from caves in the southwestern U.S. to learn about changes in rainfall over the last few thousand years. Prior to her doctoral training, Sarah received both a bachelor?s and master?s in earth systems from Stanford, where she studied climate science, global change, biogeochemistry and human-environment interaction. Throughout her time at Stanford and the University of Arizona, Sarah has worked to engage youth in the sciences, as both a volunteer with Stanford's GeoKids! and the cofounder of Arizona's Geosciences Saturday Academy. Sarah is a passionate caver, having served as the chair of the Arizona Regional Association of the National Speleological Society, and has also been known to play piccolo with the Leland Stanford Junior University Marching Band.

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