I am currently studying methods of research in emergencies; humanitarian aid and development; Water Sanitation and Hygiene Programming (WASH); impact of WASH programming on persons living with HIV/AIDS; evaluation of chlorine dispensers in emergencies; and the health impact of displaced populations.
PhD Candidate, Environmental Health, Civil and Environmental Engineering Department, Tufts University
Master of Science, Applied Fluid Mechanics, Civil Engineering Department, Clemson University
Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering, Clemson University
AWARDS, FELLOWSHIPS & CERTIFICATIONS
NSF IGERT Fellowship in Water Diplomacy, Tufts University
Russell H. Brown Graduate Research Fellowship, Clemson University (2009)
Certified Engineer in Training (E.I.T)
Management in cross cultural circumstances including 5 years in Afghanistan and Lebanon, donor and government liaison, proposal writing, project management, organizational strategic planning, and field research.
- Developmental economics
- Decision making under uncertainty
- Public policy
- Data analysis
- Computer programming