Drexel Magazine "Co-op Show and Tell"
I was highlighted in the Drexel Magazine for their recurring piece about student co-op experiences. I brought my computer and notebook for “show and tell” to talk about my time as an intern for the National Oceanic and Air Administration last summer. You can read the whole interview at the source below.
Meet the Drexel Dragons up for the Biggest Awards This Year
This Valentines Day I was again honored to be invited to the annual mixer by the Center for Scholar Development at Drexel University. It was a great opportunity to meet other students that had applied to fellowships and to speak with the Provost about the importance of these scholarships for my education so far.
Presentation for the 11th Annual Student Conference on Global Challenges at Drexel University
I presented my recent research with NOAA about creating GLOBATO, a new high resolution map of the world’s elevation. My presentation was part of a panel that was recorded and broadcast on YouTube by Drexel.
2018 Gaither Junior Fellows Program Nominee
I was nominated by Drexel for the Gaither Junior Fellows Program in 2018. I am applying to connect policy to my research in climate change and biodiversity as a Junior Fellow at the Carnegie Endowment’s Energy and Climate Program.
Hollings Scholars Spend Summer on Research
This past summer I worked for NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information in Boulder, CO. This was made possible through the Hollings Scholarship Program that I had applied to last year. For my research I was developing a new global relief model to replace the current version published in 2009, ETOPO1. My experience was highlighted by the NCEI team on their blog.
2017 Udall Scholarship Recipient
I was selected as one of 50 Udall Scholars for 2017.
Drexel University's First Truman Scholar
I was selected as one of 62 Truman Scholars for 2017, and the first student from Drexel University to ever receive the award.
Interview with DrexelNOW
I spoke with Drexel University about what being the university’s first Truman Scholar means to me and why I am committed to a career in public service.