Hello! My name is Corbin Kling, I currently am a Smithsonian Earth Science postdoctoral researcher at the National Air and Space Museum in Washington, DC (remotely!). I am a geologist that studies why the surfaces of planets look the way they do, and would love to share my passion for Earth science with you! I have taught elementary, middle, and high school students as well as undergraduate courses in geology. I took AP Biology, AP Environmental Science, and AP English in high school, and all around find myself to be a very science oriented person!
Please feel free to reach out and ask any question you may have for me!
Undergraduate Degree: University of Georgia - Bachelor of Science, Geology
Graduate Degree: University of Georgia - Master of Science, Geology
-I enjoy hiking and being outdoors, I do a lot of geology fieldwork research as well that takes me all over the world. -I love remote control planes, drones, cars, etc. I have been building RC drones for over 10 years now, and even once was a professional RC Blimp Pilot at Atlanta Hawks basketball games. -I enjoy playing video games, and have my whole life, the competitiveness and the creativity that video games have is very engaging to me. -I am an avid 3d printer, and you might find me using 3d printed models to illustrate geology concepts!