Scientific research and understanding only goes so far if it stays in academia. I really enjoy working with a variety of different groups, particularly underrepresented groups, to teach others about climate science, paleoclimatology, and the research that I do, and learn how I can best serve the communities around me through research.
Currently, I am collaborating with New England artists to translate my science into art through Project Synergy II and working with local K-12 schools through Woods Hole Science and Technology Education Program (WHSTEP). Check out a recent WHSTEP talk I gave on paleoclimate science for the Woods Hole community and K-12 students in particular.
Please don't hesitate to contact me if you are interested in having me come talk to your classroom or other group or collaborating in another way.