I am a 2018-2019 Doris Duke Conservation Scholar at the University of Michigan. The fellowship is a two-year summer program for undergraduate students from underrepresented backgrounds in the conservation field. The director of the program is Dr. Dorceta Taylor, renowned environmental sociologist and the Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at the University of Michigan’s School of Environment and Sustainability (SEAS). You can read more about my work with DDCSP below:

Agroecosystems Research

From June 2018 – July 2018, I worked with Dr. Jennifer Blesh and Beth VanDusen from the School for Environment & Sustainability, at The University of Michigan . My summer research focused on the traits of cover crops across monocultures and mixtures, specifically on the belowground biomass and leaf area traits of different cover crops. … Continue reading Agroecosystems Research