Angelina Miller

Undergraduate Research Assistant
University of Utah, Department of Atmospheric Sciences

Email: angelina.miller@utah.edu

About Me

I was raised in Santa Fe, New Mexico and this will be my third year at the U majoring in Atmospheric Sciences and minoring in Modern Dance. I grew up loving the outdoors and in my free time I enjoy dancing, longboarding, skiing, or going on a hike with my two crazy dogs. I have really loved exploring Utah’s beautiful mountains since I’ve been here and can’t wait to find more hidden gems!

Professional Interests

I am interested in the intersection between climate science and environmental policy and I’m excited to continue getting a better understanding of the complex role our atmosphere plays in the changing climate. With my time working in the HART lab, doing field work, and interning with the Utah Division of Air quality, I have found a much deeper interest in air quality and climate dynamics. I am enjoying building my coding skills and strengthening my understanding of aerosols by working with data around new particle formation events, and I hope to continue on this path!

 

Research Areas

  • Aerosols
  • New particle formation

Education

Degree

B.S. (in progress)

Field

Atmospheric Sciences

Institution

University of Utah