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Education is the

Most Powerful Weapon

which you can use to change the world.

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Life is

10%

what happens to you

and

how you react to it.

90%

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Good,

Better,

Best.

Never let it rest.

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Education

  • MIT, Cambridge, MA

    Post-doctoral Associate, Institute for Data, Systems, and Society
    Joint Program on the Science and Policy of Global Change

  • University of Michgan, Ann Arbor, MI

    Ph.D., Earth and Environmental Sciences
    Science, Technology, and Public Policy Certificate Program, The Gerald Ford School of Public Policy

  • Queen′s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada

    B.S., Biology (specialization)
    B.S., Biology (specialization)

  • ABC High School

    ABC High School

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Achievement

2016 – John Dorr Graduate Academic Achievement Award, Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Michigan
2015 – Rackham Travel Grant for International Conferences, University of Michigan
2014 – Rackham Pre-Doctoral Fellowship Award, University of Michigan
2013 – Best Student Poster Award, 11th International Conference on Mercury as a Global Pollutant 2013, Edinburgh, Scotland
2013 – Rackham Travel Grant for International Conferences, University of Michigan
2013 – Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor Award, Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Michigan
2012 – The Scott Turner Award, Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Michigan
2010 – Rackham Travel Grant for International Conferences, University of Michigan
2009 – Best Poster Award, Inquiry at Queen’s Undergraduate Research Conference
2009 – Merit for Quality Writing, Evolutionary Ecology of Humans, Queen’s University
Multidisciplinary Graduate Education for Research Universities, Global Teamwork Lab, University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan – 3/2016
  • Introduced multidisciplinary approaches & actors in education and research settings.
  • Oral presentation on “Experience as a student & mentor & instructor: Multidisciplinary programs at University of Michigan” and “Mercury contamination in food items: Engaging multidisciplinary actors”
National Institute of Environmental Research, Ministry of Environment, South Korea Invited speaker – 8/2011, 8/2013
  • Introduced analytical techniques & applications for mercury stable isotope measurements
  • Oral presentation on “Stable mercury isotopes: Background, and measurements” and “Stable mercury isotopes: Applications in natural environments”
  • Undergraduate Introduction to Oceanography – Winter 2011 – 2013
    Teaching assistant for Prof. David Lund and Prof. Brian Arbic

    – Led and organized weekly laboratory sections, comprised of observation, experiments, discussion, and problem sets relevant to oceanography
    – Developed and improved teaching materials for the weekly laboratory sections

  • Undergraduate Introduction to Environmental Sciences and Geography – Fall 2013
    Teaching assistant for Prof. Joel Blum
    – Led weekly discussion sections on topics relevant to environmental sciences and geography
    Certificate: Teaching certificate from the Kaufman Teaching Certificate Program (KTCP), MIT, Cambridge, MA

Professionality

GEOS-Chem 78%
China Regional Energy Model (C-REM) 73%
Python 92%
UNIX 88%
ArcGIS 78%
Matlab 92%