 
Summary: MathCentral.uregina.ca/careers/
education
As a summer student in the Mathematical
Sciences Applications Group I developed an
interest in mathematical modeling, which
ultimately led to a doctoral degree in
Meteorology from McGill University. From
McGill I went to Princeton University as a
Postdoctoral Fellow, and then to the University
of British Columbia as an Assistant Professor in
Oceanography.
I use the principles and tools from
mathematics and statistics on a daily
basis in my work. Many of these tools
I have obtained as an undergraduate
in mathematics, while others I have
garnered at various points in my
career on an "as need" basis. In
recent years I have taken a keen
interest in the analysis of nonlinear
