Alum | SEFS
I am currently in my second year of my master's in the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences studying in the Kim lab. My research focuses on drought tolerance in landscape plants and how they are responding physiologically. Climate change is causing more droughts in the Western US and people will always want nice-looking landscapes, so this research helps to balance that by figuring out which plants use water more efficiently to reduce irrigation waste. Currently I am a member of P-GraSC.