Megan O’Sadnick

Research theme: 

Cold Climate Technology

CV: 

Experience:

August 2015-Present; Research Scientist, Microscale interaction of oil with sea ice, Northern Research Institute Narvik AS (Norut Narvik)

July 13-25, 2015; Field Instructor, Girls on Ice, Mt. Baker, Washington
 
August 2012-May 2015; Research Assistant, Fairbanks, AK
 
July 14-28, 2011; Research Assistant, Icy Bay, Alaska
 
April 2012-September 2012; Logistics Coordinator, Kayak Adventures Worldwide, Seward, Alaska
 
August 2010-May 2011; Teaching Assistant, University of Colorado, Boulder, Bolorado
 
August 2009-June 2010; Research Assistant, Norwegian Polar Institute, Tromsø, Norway
 
June 2008-August 2008; Research Assistant, Center for Remote Sensing of Ice Sheets, University of Kansas
 
Summer 2007; Student Researcher, Juneau Icefield Research Project
 
May 2007-July 2007; Soil Technican, Golder Associates, Lakewood, CO 
 
 
Education:
 
2012-Summer 2015; MSc in Geophysics. Thesis title: “In-Situ monitoring of sea ice dielectric properties and implications for the tracking of the seasonal evolution of microstructure.”, University of Alaska, Fairbanks, AK, USA
 
Fall 2011; Outdoor Educator Semester, National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS)  WY,NV&UT
 
2005-2009; B.A. in Physics, Wheaton College  Norton, MA, USA
 
Fall 2007; Semester Abroad, University College Cork   Cork, Ireland