The effects of Pythium ultimum and Pythium ultimum var. sporangeriiferum on soybeans growing at optimal and sub-optimal temperatures.
- MS Plant Pathology - The Ohio State University (2014)
- BS St. Lawrence University
- Bureau of Land Management, Conservation and Land Management Internship
Buffalo, New York
Honors and Awards
- North Central Division, American Phytopathological Society Travel Award, Madison, Wisconsin, June 11-13, 2014
Teaching and Outreach
- General Plant Pathology Laboratory (PLNTPTH 3002), teaching prep assistant, Autumn 2013
- Lakeville Elementary, science fair judge, Lakeville, Ohio
- Summer teaching workshop (plant pathology topics), elementary students and teachers, volunteer
- Update on Soil borne diseases in Ohio, Conservation Tillage and Technology Conference, Ada, Ohio, March 5, 2014
- Effective Rates of Metalaxyl and Assessment of Resistance in Soybean Towards Ohio’s Diverse Pythium species, Plant Pathology Spring Symposium, May 16, 2013, Columbus Ohio.
- Plant Pathology Graduate Students Association
Social Committee representative - Wooster, 2012-2013
Plant sales and other activities
- Community service, Christmas on Liberty, Wooster, Ohio
After graduating from St. Lawrence University, I went to Alaska for a four-month long internship called Seeds of Success. I traveled all over Alaska and collected native plant seeds for restoration projects.