Neala Marie Creasy received her B.S. in applied geophysics from Michigan Technological University in 2010, and a Ph.D. in geology and geophysics from Yale University in 2019 under the supervision of Dr. Maureen Long and Dr. Kanani Lee. Creasy is currently working as a National Science Foundation Division of Earth Sciences postdoctoral fellow in computational seismology and seismic anisotropy under the supervision of Dr. Ebru Bozdag at the Colorado School of Mines in Golden. Her research interests include mantle flow in the deep Earth by using forward and inverse modeling with 3D seismic wave simulations to understand
Local families are scrambling to reorganize the most-used room in the house – in a new trend called the pandemic-friendly kitchen.
SAN ANTONIO — You’ve heard the phrase, too many cooks in the kitchen! That’s what is happening in homes throughout our area as more local families eat in, stock up on groceries and cooking gadgets, and have kitchens that are bustling and bursting at the seams. That is also why local families are scrambling to reorganize the most-used room in the house – in a new trend called the pandemic friendly kitchen.
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