Christine is interested in watershed management, drainage system optimization, real-time controls, and ecological response monitoring. Currently, her thesis research is focusing on developing ecologically-based flow targets for the Clinton River Watershed through using real-time sensing and hydrologic modeling. Outside of her professional life, Christine enjoys exploring new places, yoga, kayaking, and ramen noodles."
M.S. Conservation Ecology, University of Michigan, 2020 (expected)
M.S.E. Environmental Engineering, University of Michigan, 2020 (expected)
B.S. Environmental Engineering, Drexel University, 2016