Ham radio call: KEØGXW
I am always looking for enthusiastic undergraduates to join my research lab! Currently, I do not have any graduate level positions available. If you are interested in conducting aquatic research, please send me an email with your resume or curriculum vitae.
I completed my bachelor's degree at Ball State University in 2009 where I worked under Dr. Melody Bernot and
Dr. Mark Pyron. I completed my PhD at Kansas State University, under the advisement of Dr. Keith Gido, in 2014. I am currently enrolled in the graduate school at Emporia State University, where I am pursuing my passion for physics and astrophysics. In
addition to my research on stream fishes on Konza Prairie, the Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve, and throughout the Midwest and Great Plains, I teach introductory and upper level biology and ecology courses at university level.
I am currently a member of the Biology faculty at Emporia State University. I am also the expert science correspondent for the Fish Nerds. I volunteer teach science at the Wonder Workshop Children's Museum where I provide information on local fishes and give hands-on activities about all the wonders of science to kids ages 6-12. I also volunteer teach Emporia Middle School students about numerous scientific topics as part of the Beta Beta Beta Honors Biology program.
For more information on the work I'm doing, classes I teach, and all the nerdy hobbies I have, check out the links up top!
Jag alskar pratar svenska. Jag behover till arbete pa det. Det ar manga
ting kanner inte jag! Jag ar god pa laser, men lyssnar inte. Min mormor och morfar bor i Sverige innan min mamma foddes.