IDCE Students Profiles

Julia Lenhardt (GISDE '2013)
IDCE Fellow

Julia Lenhardt (USA) graduated from McGill University in 2009, where she earned a B.Sc. in Earth Systems Science. At McGill she researched the accuracy of precipitation data predicted by the Fourth Assessment Report of the IPCC, and traveled to Tanzania to study the effects of gold mining on rural communities. In 2011, she worked as an intern at Clark Labs and researched the possible causes of draught in the Amazon. She also volunteered on the REC's YouthGrow organic farm in downtown Worcester. Her research interests include climate change, Remote Sensing, and environmental applications of GIS. She also loves to hula hoop.