I enjoy working with both undergraduate and graduate students in an open, interactive and diverse environment. A key element of my enjoyment is to see and encourage your growth – in understanding, in abilities and in communication. Where possible, I urge students to publish their work in international peer-reviewed journals or at conferences.
Undergraduate research can be one of the most fulfilling activities during your years in college. If you are motivated and have an interest in research, or if you want to find out how you can contribute to existing research projects, we should talk. One of the most important requirements will be that your interests should overlap with mine in such a way that I can provide good supervision. Interests at the time of writing that I can see students contribute to, include the search for a novel method to measure bulk density in the field, a global search for and analysis of published proglacial soil chronosequences, and spatial patterns of rock fall in the European Alps.
MS AND PD STUDENTS
I am currently accepting graduate students into my team. If you share one or several of my research interests, feel free to contact me and discuss possible forms that a project could take. The department of Geography and Geospatial Sciences' website has more information about the application process.