Ph.D., Geological Sciences, UNC Chapel Hill, Present
M.Sc., Geological Sciences, UNC Chapel Hill, 2022
B.S., Geology and Environmental Science, James Madison University, 2019
A.S., Science, Northern Virginia Community College, 2016
A.S., Social Science, Northern Virginia Community College, 2016
My doctoral research focuses on using global satellite data to track spatiotemporal changes in river discharge for quantifying water resources. My previous research focused on modeling the evolution of asteroids and meteors through the atmospheres of Venus, Earth, and Mars for impact crater formation (Masters, UNC), as well as using satellite data for groundwater resources in the Central Valley of California and for the effect of permafrost thaw on infrastructure in Fairbanks, Alaska (NASA DEVELOP, JPL).