B.S., Penn State University
Biological Engineering, 2016
M.S., Colorado State University, Civil/Environmental Engineering, 2018
Nicole is a high-energy, creative problem-solver who is passionate about solving water resource challenges. Her thesis is about water supply vulnerability under climate change and population growth, and involves assessing the impact of weather on municipal water use for 230 cities
nationwide. Nicole previously worked as a stream restoration intern for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and also as a research associate for an environmental litigation firm. Upon graduation in Spring 2018, she hopes to pursue a career in the public domain, with specific interests in planning, operations, and conservation. Outside of the office, she enjoys spending time outdoors, acrylic painting, live music, and traveling.