Date of Enrolment
April 1, 2017
I graduated from Gardner-Webb University, North Carolina, US with a Bachelors of Science in Chemistry. As an undergraduate, my research focus concentrated on studying environmental chemistry, particularly with concerns on water quality. In 2015, I had the opportunity to participate in a Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory in Tallahassee, Florida, US researching photo-degradation trends of petroleum.
Outside of environmental chemistry, I am interested in understanding the influences on decision-making processes and the thoughts and feelings of people living in relation to the environment around them.
The Political Ecology of Industrial Crops in Africa: A Case Study on Sugar Cane Production in Swaziland with a Particular Focus on Water and Land Conflicts
Political Ecology, Africa, Swaziland, Industrial Crops, Water Conflicts, Land Conflicts, Sugar Cane
Water quality, water conflicts, land conflicts, political ecology, access to water, water usage, human-environmental relationships, sustainable agriculture