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I am an Assistant Professor of Atmospheric Sciences at the University of North Dakota, effective August 2024. I did my undergraduate and graduate studies in Meteorology at Florida State University, then worked as a Postdoctoral Scholar at Penn State University.

My research broadly covers tropical weather and climate, with an emphasis on hurricanes - how they form, how they strengthen, and how they're simulated in climate models. I particularly enjoy teaching and interacting with students and general audiences, so I'm thrilled to now be in a position where I can do it all.


Explore the site to learn what my students and I are up to! Contact me for graduate school opportunities or ways to get involved in the weather, water, and climate community! Finally, check out the Hurricane Blog for written articles meant to make the complex details of tropical meteorology more accessible!

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