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PhD Candidate, Columbia University
Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences
New York, NY


Casey Ivanovich is a climate scientist interested in the physical and social drivers of climate variability and change. She is passionate about investigating the dynamics and impacts of climate extremes, and communicating scientific concepts in a way that is engaging and accessible to the public.

Casey is currently a Ph.D. Candidate in the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences at Columbia University working with advisors Radley Horton and Adam Sobel. Her dissertation research focuses on improving our understanding of when and why extreme humid heat occurs in order to prepare for its human health and socioeconomic impacts.


Before beginning her studies at Columbia, Casey served as a High Meadows Fellow at the Environmental Defense Fund in Washington, DC. In 2017, she graduated from Princeton University with a B.A. degree in Geosciences.

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