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Department of Geography and the Environment
University of Denver
Overall, my research efforts are focused on assessing impacts to public health and water resources from hydraulic fracturing operations using GIS applications and econometric analysis in addition to the overall effectiveness of public policies addressing these concerns.
University of Denver – Department of Geography and the Environment (2010 – present)
University of Chicago - Harris School of Public Policy (2010)
M.S. Environmental Science and Public Policy
Thesis: Unintended Consequences of Ethanol Use
University of Denver – Department of Geography (2006)
B.A. Environmental Science
Minors in Geography and Biology
Lecturer, Natural Sciences, Colorado Women's College at the University of Denver (2012 -Present)
Lecturer, Climate Sciences, University College at the University of Denver (Spring 2013)
Research Assistant, Professor Don Coursey, Ameritech Professor of Public Policy Studies, Harris School of Public Policy, University of Chicago (2010)
Performance Track Regional Assistant (Region 8), Department of Regulatory Assistance, Environmental Protection Agency (2005)
CASSE - Center for the Advancement of a Steady-State Economy
Harris School Representative, Environmental Sustainability Council, University of Chicago
Association of American Geographers (AAG)