|Present||Professor, University of South Florida ‐ School of Geosciences|
|2017 - 2020||Weather, Climate and Society: An Interdisciplinary Approach Integrating Physical and Social Sciences|
|2017 - 2018||Social and geophysical influences on evacuation decision making for Hurricane Irma|
|NSF, GSS RAPID|
|2015||Hurricanes and Climate Change|
Honors and Awards
- • Edward N. Lorenz Teaching Excellence Award, American Meteorological Society, 2019
- • Southeast Division of the American Association of Geographers Research Award, 2018
- • Kosove Distinguished Graduate Teaching and Service Award, University of South Florida, 2015
- • Academy for Teaching and Learning Excellence (ATLE) Faculty Fellow, 2013-2015
- • Excellence in Teaching Award, Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers, 2010
- • Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award, University of South Florida, 2007-2008
- GEO 6970 - Geographic Research design
- GEO 6255 - Weather, Climate, & Society
- IDH 4930 - Hurricane Research Methods Seminar
- EVR 4930 - Weather Studies
- GEO 2371 - Introduction to Earth System Science
- GEO 1930 - Geography of Current Events
|2002||Ph.D., University College London|
|1997||B.Sc., University of Lancaster|
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Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (2021)
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