In 2016, I completed a Bachelor of Science Advanced (Research) with first class Honours in Geosciences at Monash University. My honours research was a novel attempt to reconstruct the as-yet poorly understood Late Cretaceous forests preserved on the Chatham Islands, New Zealand.
My undergraduate degree majored in Geology and Plant Sciences. I also completed breadth study in chemistry, mathematics, research methods, environmental management and bioethics, and undertook complimentary study in sedimentary geology at Melbourne University.
Advanced and extracurricular coursework
- Temporary rock shell construction and slab splitting, Monash University (2015)
- John Bertrand Leadership Series, science delegate, Monash University (2015)
- Australian Coal Basins, Newcastle University (2015)
- Advanced Structural Mapping, Bermagui, NSW, Monash University (2015)
- GIS Introductory course, Melbourne University (2015)
- Regolith Geoscience, Australian National University (2015)
- ANZIC Student Marine Geoscience Masterclass (IODP/CSIRO) (2014)
- Sedimentary Basins Evolution, Monash University (2014)
- Sedimentary Geology, Melbourne University (2014)