My STEM education began at SUNY Oswego, where I recieved my BSc in Geochemistry,
with a minor in Mathematics in 2016. As an undergraduate researcher, I spent time in two research labs where I
developed my skills in inorganic synthesis and characterization. From there, I went on to Syracuse University to
persue a PhD in Materials Chemistry in the Maye Research Group,
where I am currently a PhD candidate in my third year.
“Why just NMR? –Because there is hardly another technique that is so informative for so many different types of applications, and because
there is no other technique that provides so much fun.” - Richard R. Ernst
All thoughts and opinions are my own and do not reflect those of my institution.