Winner of 2018 SciShortForm's "Best Institutional Science Writing" for Mapping the ocean with marine robots.
I cover robotics, engineering, environmental science, earth science, physics, and other fields. This involves synthesizing details from scientific publications and interviews with scientists into compelling narratives.
I work as a Content Editor at Carnegie Mellon University's Engineering Research Accelerator, where I cover robotics, artificial intelligence, advanced manufacturing, and more.
Previously, I worked as a Science Writer at the University of Pennsylvania's Communications Office, where I published articles in Penn Today for a non-scientist and non-expert audience, brainstorm and pitch compelling story ideas, and engage with scientists daily. I also generated and curated content for Penn One Health's website, which covers intersections of human, environmental, and animal health.
MA, Science Writing, Johns Hopkins University
BA, Writing and English Literature, University of Pittsburgh