Graduate Teach & Research Asst
Jordan Hall Addition 4226
I’m a research assistant and member of the Aerosol Group within the Department of Marine, Earth, and Atmospheric Sciences here at NC State. Under the advisement of Dr. Markus Petters, I study cloud microphysics, which is simply the microphysical processes that lead to the formation of clouds and precipitation. Originally from northwest Indiana, I earned my Bachelor of Science in Atmospheric Science from Purdue University (Boiler Up!). In January of 2015, I moved to Raleigh to begin the endeavor of graduate school and in doing so, I’m able to be a part of exciting and impactful research here at NC State!
Outside of research, I love exploring the outdoors, learning intensive sports (e.g., rock climbing, combative arts), and enjoying what Raleigh and North Carolina has to offer with friends.
Bachelor of Science, Atmospheric Science, Purdue University (2014)