I just received my PhD in Geospatial and Environmental Analysis from Virginia Tech. My undergraduate degree was in Biology and Geography. Since graduation, I work as a scientist in environmental conservation. During grad school, I worked as a teaching assistant for college level geography and forestry courses. I was also a guest teacher in a middle school science class as part of a science literacy fellowship and enjoyed creating innovative lesson plans to engage students beyond a lecture hall. I am a firm believer in education, believing it to be absolutely necessary for fostering the next generation of informed critical thinkers. While I tutor a broad range of subjects, I am most passionate about Ecology, Biology and Environmental Science. In my spare time, I enjoy spending time outdoors, hiking, rock climbing, biking and gardening.
Undergraduate Degree: Mount Holyoke College - Bachelors, Biology/Geography
Graduate Degree: Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University - PHD, Geospatial and Environmental Analysis
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