This summer was the busiest one yet!
I was involved as a mentor in two different REU programs, continued working with my CU undergrad research assistant, got married at the Lawrence Hall of Science in Berkeley, CA, submitted my first education research paper for publication and am in the final stages up writing up my HYDRUS model paper!
I also updated my website to have more information about my mentorship and teaching efforts, so instead of rewriting it all out here you can go to the following pages to read more about it:
REU Involvement & Undergrad Research Assistant
Education Paper & HYDRUS Paper
I will throw a couple pictures from my wedding in Berkeley on here, if for no other reason than to celebrate and publicize my extreme nerdiness.
Featuring: constellation dresses, ocean conservation bowties, a balance for a unity ceremony, a scientific-grade drone, and a lab notebook for our guest book!
And now, back to work! It’s a busy fall semester, especially since I am on the job market and applying for some faculty jobs this year!