Kimberly Duong

I am a PhD candidate in Civil Engineering at UC Irvine. My research is focused on urban drought management in southern California. I work in the interdisciplinary fields of hydrology, water resources, and science policy.

I am a scientist, engineer, and science communicator with years of project management, grant-writing, and leadership experience. I’m available for employment opportunities beginning October 2019. Please use the menu above to learn more about my research and activities. Thank you!

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Left: AMS Science Policy Colloqium Cohort (June 2019, Washington DC). Picture credit: Bill Hooke. 

July 2019: I joined the Committee on Environmental Stewardship for the American Meteorological Society.

June 2019: I attended the Science Policy Colloqium in Washington DC, hosted by the American Meteorological Society.

May 2019: I received a Graduate Student Great Partners Award from UCI Engage. I also did a radio interview about climate communications on KUCI’s “Ask a Leader”