I was fortunate enough to have spent the past four months with the Office of Policy at the Department of Energy in Washington D.C. This summer was a chance to engage deeply with the science policy work which I have, until now, had to watch from a distance. The beginning of this internship had me […]
Our last PCS event of the academic year was a successful one. PCS members enjoyed the chance to hear more about AAAS programs and their associated application processes. I have heard back from a number of members that the session strengthened their resolve to apply for the fellowship post-graduation. I certainly share the sentiment, myself. […]
I was thrilled to arrange and lead the 2022 Princeton Citizen Scientists trip to Washington D.C. in tandem with my fantastic co-exec board. In this session, we met with staff at the Library of Congress and the National Academy of Sciences. We got a tour of the premises for the latter, as well. We had […]
Now that results have been ratified by the assembly and sent to the student body, I can announce that I was recently elected Academic Affairs Officer to the Princeton Graduate Student Government. This position will be a chance to work on two issues close to my heart, which were the core of my campaign materials: […]
I am thrilled to have contributed to this collaboration between the ZERO Lab and the REPEAT project and am deeply impressed with the results that the team pulled together. Zenodo publication information is available here.
This past week, a few fellow graduate students and I led a course on science policy and science communication. We concluded our course with a panel of faculty experts in academia and advocacy. One of the materials I created for the class was a worksheet that led students through effective policy communications. This morning, we […]
I am looking forward to inviting Dr. Deborah Stine to Princeton for this half-day workshop. Princeton Citizen Scientists will be hosting this event in conjunction with GradFutures – it promises to be a great day for all interested in pursuing policy after Princeton.
Proud of our team for placing second in this year’s United States Association for Energy Economics (USAEE) case competition. This year’s prompt meant analyzing the fairest and most feasible means of allocating carbon direct removal (CDR) efforts internationally. I am admittedly wary of conversations that revolve around CDR, as they can divert attention from the […]
I am proud to have been accepted to teach a Princeton Wintersession class on Science Communication. We formed our curriculum in collaboration with Princeton Insights, an organization that aggregates and summarizes important research coming out of the university. In our class, we will be exploring how to conduct and explain research in order to maximize […]