Thanks for checking out my webpage. I’m currently working on my PhD at University of Colorado, Boulder in Environmental Fluid Mechanics. My research focuses on the roll of turbulent stirring and mixing as it relates to broadcast spawners, such as corals.
I’m passionate about education, and in pursuit of this passion have received a NSF k-12 teaching fellowship where I have the privilege of teaching engineering to a variety of ages. Part of my love for teaching stems from my love for learning, and I’m constantly trying to learn and apply new skills to old problems.
Living in Colorado, I love the outdoors. I’m an avid cyclist, skier and beer aficionado. I also enjoy the banjo, photography, and woodworking.
I’d like to invite you to scroll through my blog, which has a couple purposes: One is to share tips and tools I’ve learned along the way that will help you be more productive, in research and many other tasks. The second is to share my passions, through trip reports and reviews.
Thanks for stopping by!