Kimberly Duong

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

As a scientist, engineer, and science communicator with years of project management, grant-writing, and leadership experience, I am constantly engaging with new audiences and projects.

I’m available for employment opportunities beginning October 2019.

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Research

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Education & outreach

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Science policy

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Above: 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”