Kevin was a Ph.D candidate in the Geography Department at the University of California, Santa Barbara studying Geographic Information Science (GIScience), focusing on Applied Spatial Statistics. He completed an M.A degree in Geography from the University of California, Santa Barbara in 2014 and graduated with distinction from Dartmouth College in 2010 with a B.A in Environmental Studies and a minor in Engineering Sciences. His interests include the application of GIScience & spatial statistics in public health research. Kevin's current work explores spatial associations between child undernutrition and malaria endemicity in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Grants, Awards and Distinctions:
UC Santa Barbara. 2018. Graduate Division Dissertation Fellowship.
Broom Center for Demography, UC Santa Barbara. 2017. Dean’s Grant, Graduate Students Research and Travel Award
Broom Center for Demography, UC Santa Barbara. 2017 - Present. PAA Travel Award.
Department of Geography, UC Santa Barbara. 2013 - Present. Jack & Laura Dangermond Travel Award.
Department of Geography, UC Santa Barbara. 2016. Leal Anne Kerry Mertes Scholarship.
UC Santa Barbara. 2014 - Present. Graduate Students Association Conference Travel Award.
Assistant Professor and Associate Director of Spatial Structures in the Social Sciences at Brown University's Population Studies and Training Center.