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Bio


A brief history

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Bio


A brief history

In August of 2010 I started attending Texas State University, where I eventually received my bachelor's degree in 2013 studying physical geography, geology, and GIS. While at Texas State I was president of the geology club, tutored for both historical and physical geology, served as an elected senator, and was the chair of the Academic Enrichment Committee in student government. From my time at Texas State I knew that I eventually wanted to go on to earn both a master's and PhD while conducting my own research and instructing.

I am currently a PhD student at UCLA where I focus on research in planetary sciences; primarily geomorphology and aeolian landscape evolution in the GALE (Geomorphology and Aeolian Landscape Evolution) lab ran by Mackenzie Day.

My overall mission for my research is to use Earth based sites as analogs to study other planetary bodies through data collected via satellite and rovers, and hopefully one day, actual humans. The knowledge gained by planetary science research will significantly increase our understanding of the direction in which our planet is headed and what other processes have occurred on other planetary bodies.

 

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