Hello! I am currently conducting research in Dr. Elizabeth Stone’s analytical/atmospheric chemistry group and have been since my sophomore year. My research is centered on the Lake Michigan Ozone Study. We investigate air quality in the Lake Michigan region by studying airborne particles and attributing them to different sources.
This allows us to determine which sources of air pollution are negatively impacting air quality and human health the most. The results from our study will give engineers and politicians the information needed to improve air quality around Lake Michigan and other coastal region.
About me: When I’m not in the lab, I enjoy hiking, knitting, cross stitching or any other sort of crafting! You’ll frequently find me getting coffee with friends or at home watching Netflix with my cat. After graduation, I hope to travel and work in industry for a year before deciding to pursue graduate school!