I received my BA in Geography with an emphasis in GIS from the California State University of Northridge in 2018. My research interest for my time being at the U will gravitate towards utilizing geospatial technology such as remote sensing and GIS to monitor the effects of industrial agriculture. If I’m not in the classroom or lab, I can be found either hiking through the alpine, or playing a game of table tennis.
I am a 2019 graduate from the University of Delaware with a BS in Environmental Science and emphasis in geology and GIS. At Delaware, I explored many disciplines, and have been involved in research in biology/virology, soil physics, and photogrammetry. I gravitated toward remote sensing as I enjoy working with geospatial data and it ties together many of my interests. Much of my free time is spent outdoors, and I am looking forward to seeing all Utah has to offer.
I received my BS in Geology from the University of Vermont in 2017. While there, I focused on structural geology and vegetation mapping using remote sensing and GIS. I will be working with the Forest Service to model travel rates optimize firefighter evacuation routes for my Master's research. When I am not pursuing my research and education, I can be found in the mountains. Any mountains.