1301 W. Green St.
Urbana, IL 61801
I received my B.S. in Atmospheric Sciences with a minor in Geography and GIS from UIUC in 2018. I joined Professor Rauber’s research team as an undergraduate and analyzed data from the SNOWIE field campaign. My research primarily focused on the sources of updrafts present in orographic cloud systems.
As a graduate student, I analyzed data collected during SOCRATES. I received my M.S. in Atmospheric Sciences in 2020 and my research primarily focused on Southern Ocean cloud top phase identification. I am currently working with data from the IMPACTS field campaign as part of my Ph.D research. The hope is to eventually better understand the evolution and structure of mesoscale snow bands in Nor'easters.
My current research interests include radar meteorology, weather modification, orographic precipitation, boundary layer clouds, Southern Ocean clouds, atmospheric rivers, extratropical cyclones, and mesoscale snow bands.
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
- 2018 - B.S. Atmospheric Sciences - Minor Geography & GIS
- 2020 - M.S. Atmospheric Sciences
- Spring 2019: ATMS 313 - Synoptic Weather Forecasting
- Fall 2018: ATMS 100 - Introduction to Meteorology