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Research Lab Manager & Technician



Office: HAC 103


M.Sc. University of Idaho 

B.A. Franklin and Marshall College

A fun crew of F&M students exploring the karst topography near Mammoth Caves National Park in Kentucky. Trip leader and cave expert, Tim Bechtel, is on the right.

2019 Mammoth ENE FT

Sixteen students from the Department of Earth Environment traveled to Arizona and New Mexico over spring break to visit sites of geologic, environmental, and archeaological importance. Here is the entire group at Meteor Crater in Arizona, which is one of the best preserved meteor impact sites in the world. The group also visited El Malpais National Monument, The Grand Canyon, and the Hoover Dam. Professor Andrew de Wet and Lab Manager Emily Wilson organized and ran the field trip.

  • ENE students at Meteor Crater

An awesome crew (F&M students and Columbia University scientists) installing the new seismic station at Millport Conservancy!

  • F&M students, staff, and Columbia University staff installing the new seismic station at Millport Conservancy.

In my free time, I volunteer with a local non-profit community bike shop, The Common Wheel.  Check them out!