Learn more about the team of graduate and undergraduate students who I work with! If you're a dynamic, dedicated prospective graduate student interested in disaster risk, please see current openings in my group in the opportunities page.
Geography, expected graduation 2026
Lindsey Rotche is a PhD student at the University of New Mexico in the Geography and Environmental Studies program with a concentration in Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Her research interests lie in natural hazards and disasters, GIS, global climate change, and cartography. Outside of academia she works as a ski patrol at Ski Santa Fe. In her free time, she enjoys biking, backpacking, skiing, rock climbing, hiking, boating, and taking care of her chickens, garden, and pets in Santa Fe.
Yahaira D. Álvarez
Geography, expected graduation Spring 2024
Yahaira D. Álvarez is a Master’s student in Geography at the University of New Mexico. Her research interest includes natural hazards, risk reduction and mitigation, and science communication, among others. As an undergraduate student, she has been involved in research regarding atmospherically-induced landslides in Puerto Rico. Yahaira enjoys outdoor activities such as hiking, going on road trips, and swimming in the beach; but at the same time, she also enjoys staying at home to take a good nap and watch a movie.
Marisol Meyer Driovínto
Community and Regional Planning, expected graduation Spring 2024
Marisol is a graduate student at the University of New Mexico in the department of Community and Regional Planning.