I am a recent PhD graduate from the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department at Syracuse University. Starting August 2017, I will be a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Golisano Institute for Sustainability at the Rochester Institute of Technology.
Working at the intersection of environmental engineering, policy, and education, I focus on: 1) the development of sustainable urban infrastructure systems; 2) green stormwater infrastructure planning and adoption; and 3) engineering education. My dissertation research investigated municipal strategies in developing green stormwater infrastructure programs, and how students learn about sustainable engineering principles. I received my MS degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University and my BS degree in Biological Engineering and Environmental Engineering from Cornell University. In my spare time, I enjoy long-distance running, hiking, and exploring Upstate NY. I blog about my research updates, professional development in academia, and news pieces related to my research and teaching.