Roaring Waterfall, Eastern Sierras, CA
Ph.D Candidate • Hydrogeology
Geological Sciences

Advisor: Shemin Ge


Groundwater-surface water interactions, climate variability, groundwater and subsurface flow modeling, water resources statistical methods, bilingual science literacy and communication.

Current Roles at Boulder

Research Assistant, Impacts of Extreme Precipitation on the Subsurface, Principal Investigator: Dr. Shemin Ge (Fall 2019 - present)

Past Roles at Boulder

Teaching Assistant, GEOL 4715: Field Methods in Hydrogeology, Instructor: Dr. Gordon McCurry (Spring 2020)

Teaching Assistant, GEOL 3030: Introduction to Hydrogeology, Instructor: Dr. Gordon McCurry (Fall 2019)

Teaching Instructor, GEOL 1030: Introduction to Field Geology (Fall 2018 - Spring 2019)

Voices for Science Fellow, American Geophysical Union, (Spring 2018 - Spring 2019)


Master of Science, Geosciences, San Francisco State University (SFSU), 2014-2016

Bachelor of Arts, Geosciences, Williams College, 2009-2013


Los Angeles and the Eastern Sierras of California.

Media Experience

Newspapers: East Bay Times, El Tecolote (bilingual) on being SFSU Graduate Commencement Speaker (2016)

Web Articles: From the Prow, The Plainspoken Scientist on Celebrating International Youth Day (2018) 

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