I am currently attending Arizona State University in Tempe for an interdisciplinary PhD in Exploration Systems Design of Instrumentation and am currently working on my dissertation. I am also a returning (Fall 2021) adjunct faculty in physics at Grand Canyon University in Phoenix and new (Fall 2021) adjunct faculty in engineering at Scottsdale Community College. I previously (2015-2017) enjoyed working at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories in the Nuclear & Chemical Sciences Division as a Post-Master’s Research Assistant.
My career focus is to be able to combine my passion for science with my engineering and analysis skills through instrumentation development related to remote sensing. I eventually want to give that knowledge back to the STEM community and the next generation through teaching.
I earned my Master’s degree in Nuclear Engineering with an emphasis in instrumentation from the University of New Mexico in May 2015. I earned my Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering and Physics from California State University: Chico in May 2013.
I am set to graduate by May 2022 and will be looking for positions in industry, government, or academia, please feel free to contact me.