I am a fifth year graduate student in the Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences (ATOC) at the University of Colorado at Boulder. I'm currently working on my doctoral degree in Atmospheric Science, which I plan to complete in 2014. I received a masters degree in Atmospheric Science from the University of Colorado in 2011 and a Bachelor's of Science in Meteorology from The Pennsylvania State University in the Spring of 2009. I am currently looking for a teaching and/or outreach position in which I can educate the public on important issues in the geosciences.
My current work includes teaching, computer programming, and boundary layer research. I also have a passion for photographing outdoor scenery, which I incorporate into my teaching whenever I can. On this site, you can find details about all of those interests, my most current CV, and contact information.
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Jan, 2014 - I've posted an updated CV as well as information on my recent teaching and programming efforts. I've included a few sample assignments from the introductory atmospheric science class I taught in Summer 2013.
Sept, 2012 - The design of the site has been updated (and, in my judgement, upgraded!). Additionally, I have updated and expanded upon the information detailing my research and programming exploits.