B.S. Geology & Physics, The University of Tulsa-2017
4th year PhD student, Rice University-Present (2020)
When I was about 5 years old, my brother gave me a rock. It wasn’t very pretty, all crumbly and grey. It didn’t have any shiny gems or fancy swirls. It was a black, sharp rock…but it came from a volcano. Since then (and probably before that, too), I have been fascinated by the Earth and the mysteries that make it up.
I am an igneous petrologist by training who has been making headway into the volcanological world as well. I use my physics background to answer geological questions pertaining to crystal growth, magma chamber dynamics, and any other observation I don’t understand fully.