I'm currently supported by an NSF fellowship (you can read my research essay, my personal statement, and my previous research essays all online) and a Microsoft Graduate Women's Scholarship. I was previously a Department of Education GAANN fellow.
I did my undergrad work at Indiana University, receiving a BS in CS, a BA in Math, and minors in Psychology and Spanish.
My research focus is digital fabrication and how we can leverage it both to make our individual lives easier and to inspire fascination with STEAM in tomorrow's scientists. I'm also intrigued by experiential education in general, and my husband, Evan Savage, and I are working on some projects in that space.
I also have a deep wanderlust, and I like working on random projects.