the Chemistry Department co-Coordinator, an undergraduate
research advisor, researcher, the Womxn in Science and
Engineering faculty advisor, and a chemistry faculty
member here at North.
I also give public talks on
climate change. If you'd like me to speak at your school
or to your group please
My most recent guest climate
lectures can be found here:
Climate Science and
guest lecture June 3, 2019
guest lecture June 10, 2019
The classes I'm teaching at
North are linked on the left. find handouts, calendar, and find the electronic forms
and links to labs and
About me (CV):
I'm a born and raised Washingtonian with
my undergrad degree is in East Asian Studies and Japanese
from Western Washington University.
My PhD is in Analytical Chemistry from
University of Washington (UW).
My postdoctoral research was with the
Program on Climate Change at UW.
I helped develop and taught the
following UW courses:
POE 203: Environmental Case Studies: Global
BLS 482: Problems in Interdisciplinary
Science: Environmental Issues in Asia
Understanding Climate Change:
course for middle and high school teachers.
At UW-Seattle I also designed and taught
a UW summer high school course on climate change and
videography: Climate Quest.