Katelyn Suranovic Interns at AAG for Spring Semester
Katelyn Suranovic is currently pursuing her master’s degree in geography at George Washington University. Her focus is climate change and weather-related phenomena in response to climatic changes. Previously, Katelyn earned her bachelor of science degree from James Madison University (JMU), where she majored in geographic science with a concentration in environmental conservation, sustainability and development.
In 2015, Katelyn became a co-author for a journal article titled “Lightning Characteristics of Derecho Producing Mesoscale Convective Systems.” The article was written under the direction of Dr. Mace Bentley of JMU, along with a group of other students and was published by the international journal, Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics.
As an intern this semester, she will be working on the AP GIS&T project and will also assist with media and member outreach.
In her free time, Katelyn enjoys playing soccer, being outdoors and hanging out with her family.