Dr. Cronin is a tenured Professor of Geosciences with a primary emphasis on structural geology who also works on active structures (neotectonics), plate kinematics, geodetic measurements of crustal strain, geoscience education, and geoethics. He has been an AAPG member for about four decades and an AEG member for just about as long. Many of his graduate students have pursued careers in petroleum geology or environmental/engineering geology. In recent years, Dr. Cronin and his students have used earthquake and lidar data to identify where seismogenic faults intersect the ground surface near Lake Tahoe, Malibu, northern Arizona, and other interesting places. For more information, go to http://croninprojects.org/Vince/Intro/.