August 2018: I’ve been selected for the Knauss Fellowship, a fellowship focused on bringing early career professionals to executive and legislative offices in Washington D.C. More can be read about it here.
July 2018: I’ll be a Citizen Science Faculty at Bard College in January 2019, teaching about water to first years. Learn more about the program here.
June 2018: I’ll be attending and presenting my research at the Gordon Research Seminar and Conference on Environmental Sciences Water in New Hampshire.
May 2018: The article I wrote about my research was published on WHOI’s magazine, Oceanus. Check it out here. I’m looking forward to seeing it in print this summer!
Through the Geodynamics course at WHOI, I was able to participate in a study trip to the Bahamas to learn more about Chemistry of the Ocean Microbiome and saw ooids, stromatolites, and coral reefs.
April 2018: I gave my departmental seminar to WHOI’s Biology Department.
February 2017: I attended the Ocean Sciences Meeting in Portland, Oregon.
November 2017: I presented my research at MIT’s Water Club Summit. Find more about the Water Club here.
August 2017: I will be attending the Environmental Dimensions of Antibiotic Resistance (EDAR) Conference in East Lansing, Michigan and will present a poster on “Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria at the Beach: Evaluating Prevalence and Persistence”.
July 2017: With my work in the Broader Impacts Group (BIG), I spearheaded the creation of a directory of scientists interested in outreach. This directory will be available to local teacher and other organizations through the Falmouth STEM Boosters.
June 2017: I attended American Society of Microbiology (ASM) in New Orleans to present a poster called “Prevalence and Persistence of Antibiotic Resistance in Vibrio-like Bacteria Isolated from Cape Cod, MA Beaches”.
February 2017: I completed the requirements for MIT’s Certificate in Science, Technology, and Policy. See here for more details on the program.
January 2017: I am gearing up for presenting a poster at American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) in Boston in February. She will be presenting on “Towards A Holistic Approach for Antibiotic Resistance Policy”.
October 2016: I am now the co-president of the Broader Impacts Group for science communication. Learn more here.
2016-2017: For the 2016-2017 year, I am supported by the Martin Fellowship for Sustainability. More information about the Fellowship program is available here.
February 2016: DePauw undergraduate Ashley Junger wrote an article about my research as part of her WHOI Communications internship. Ashley’s piece entitled “Recipes for Antibiotic Resistance: A student examines the bacterial bouillabaisse in the coastal ocean” can be accessed here.
Spring 2015: At Waquoit Bay, I gave a talk as part of their Research at the Reserve series. More info can be seen here.
Spring 2014: As an example of DePauw alumni, I was profiled on DePauw’s website here.
Spring 2013: I was awarded a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, which supports my graduate studies. The DePauw release about this award is available here. Information about my undergrad career is available here.