Morgan Levy

2016 Hellman Graduate Awardee

mclevy@berkeley.edu

4th Year PhD in Energy & Resources Group and the Sally Thompson Ecohydrology Lab in Civil & Environmental Engineering
UC Berkeley

Morgan Levy is a PhD candidate in the Energy and Resources Group, and member of the Sally Thompson Ecohydrology Lab (Civil and Environmental Engineering), at the University of California, Berkeley. Morgan’s fields of study include physical hydrology, socio-hydrology, and environmental data science, and her research focuses on agricultural water use, hydrology, and hydroclimate in California and Brazil. Morgan’s doctoral thesis work evaluates the effects of land use change on hydrology in Brazil, and addresses challenges of quantifying hydroclimatic change using environmental data. Morgan holds an M.A. in Statistics and an M.S. in Energy and Resources from UC Berkeley.

“I was honored to be nominated for the Hellman Graduate Award by my advisor, Sally Thompson, and I am excited to have received the award, which will provide me with support during the critical final stages of my graduate career.”