I’m a PhD student in geoscience at UW-Madison. My research interests include sea level change, sedimentology, geochemistry, and paleomagnetics.
I like exploring ideas about how people are connected to the natural world, and how geologic processes and history have helped shape cultures and societies. To this end, I am a graduate associate in the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies Center for Culture, History, and Environment.
I also have an abiding interest in climate change policy, advocacy, and communication.