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204 Water Sciences Laboratory
1840 North 37th Street
After three years working as a research technician at the University of Nebraska I have returned as a graduate student to complete a Master's degree in Natural Resources. While spending a summer in Colorado before my sophomore year at UNL, I became fascinated by the beautiful outdoor surroundings. My curiosity to learn about the subtleties lying within these landscapes motivated me to pursue a career in the environmental field. I declared a major in Environmental Studies and received my undergraduate degree in May of 2011. After graduation I worked as a research technician in two UNL laboratories specializing in aquatic ecology and crop physiology, which I've highlighted further in my CV. These positions allowed me to gain valuable lab, field, and technical writing experience. I am now applying this knowledge to my Master's research as I work with Dr. Dan Snow to understand contaminate transport and transformation in Hastings, NE. I will leverage the skills I build as I pursue a career in environmental consulting, specializing in water quality. Ultimately, I want to become a project manager, supervising other consultants focusing on these issues.
- BS - University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Environmental Studies with a minor in Energy Studies (2011)
- Researching nitrogen contamination in the unsaturated zone in Hastings NE
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