I am graduating from Rutgers University in May of 2018 with a bachelor’s degree in Journalism Media Studies. I currently enjoy writing science news for the Rutgers Institute of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Science, and previously enjoyed writing for the news desk at the Daily Targum.
I love writing about my passions which include technology, automobiles and science. I built my first computer when I was 14 years old, buying parts one at a time as I could afford them. Caring for my first car turned into a passion overnight. My predilection for tinkering with electronics was immediately adopted to replace tiny light bulbs and repair the broken solder in relays. The pinnacle of my accomplishments was replacing and rewiring the entire center console to accommodate a dashboard with navigation. My passion for science developed from a boyhood fascination with space travel. Ron Howard’s “Apollo 13” brought me to watch a myriad of documentaries, kick-started my interest in hard science-fiction and made me a regular listener to Neil deGrasse Tyson’s “Startalk Radio.” Science news is even more satisfying when I’m afforded the opportunity to guide the conversation and report on a topic.
I’m hardworking, analytical, and am motivated by learning. That’s why I love journalism; it feeds my appetite for continuous learning. To learn more about me, visit my LinkedIn page or send me a message through my contact page.