I am a Research Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies and the Science Outreach Coordinator at Dartmouth's Institute of Arctic Studies. I have worked in Greenland for over 10 years, where I study the impacts of rapid environmental change on tundra ecosystems. My current projects include testing how Arctic warming impacts aquatic-terrestrial linkages, including the role that emerging aquatic insects (mosquitoes) play in terrestrial food webs and social-ecological systems.

In addition to research, I teach in Dartmouth's Environmental Studies Program and I am currently funded by the National Science Foundation through two awards:

Partnerships for Polar Science Education and Outreach in Greenland (JSEP) and Antarctica (JASE) (NSF OPP #1748137)

NNA: AON: ASSP: Facilitating increased engagement between the research communities of Greenland and the U.S. (NSF OPP #1837806)