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University of Wisconsin-Madison 2011-2018PhD, Analytical Chemistry
Bates College 2007-2011BS: Chemistry
City High School 2002-2007GPA: 3.69/4.00 - transcript
Instrumentation Scientist 2018-presentUniversity of Wisconsin-Madison
Graduate Research Assistant 2011-2018John C. Wright Group
Undergraduate Researcher (Plasmonics) 2009-2011Matthew J. Cote Group
Undergraduate Researcher (Neuroscience) 2008Michael Dailey Group
High School Researcher (Epigenetics) 2007Peter L. Nagy Group
Graduate Chemical Instrumentation:
Design & Control 2017, 2019-2020
Fundamentals of Analytical Science
(Quantitative Analysis) 2018
Graduate Instrumental Analysis 2012, 2015Teaching assistant, 2 semesters.
Undergraduate Research Mentor 2012-2013, 2015-20176 semesters.
General Chemistry II 2011-2012Teaching assistant, 2 semesters.
General Chemistry I 2010-2011Peer science leader, 2 semesters.
SciPy Conference 2020Volunteer
Science Olympiad 2019-2020Coach
PEOPLE Program 2017, 2019Volunteer
Science Bowl 2017, 2019Scientific Judge & Moderator
Plasma Group Python Introduction 2017Assistant
McElvain Committee 2013-2014Member
Freewill Folk Society 2008-2011President
GSFLC Mentor Award 2022Awarded by Graduate Students at the University of Wisconsin-Madison for outstanding mentorship of young researchers.
Nominated: Letters & Science Early Career Award 2020Nominated by Chemistry Department faculty, graduate students, and postdocs for outstanding performance, promise of future contributions, and a high degree of professionalism. See letter from the Dean of Letters & Sciences.
Roger Carlson Award 2017Awarded by the University of Wisconsin Chemistry department for excellence in research.
James W. Taylor Excellence in Teaching Award 2016Selected by University of Wisconsin Chemistry students and faculty as one of the most outstanding teaching assistants of the 2015-2016 school year.
Rodney F. Johonnot Graduate Award 2011Selected by Bates College faculty as most deserving of aid in furthering his or her studies in professonal or postgraduate work.
Bates College Key 2011Awarded by Bates College faculty and staff to 20 students in each graduating class based on academic standing, character, campus and community service, leadership, and future promise.
President's Excellence Award 2007Awarded for high achievement in High School academics.
Science National Honor Society 2007Awarded for high achievement in science within High School.
National Honor Society 2007Awarded for scholarship, leadership, service and character during High School.