Karly Clippinger

Research Associate
Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences

In 2022, I joined the Cory lab where I help with research in Michigan and at Toolik Field Station in Alaska. Prior to working with the Cory lab, I worked as a lab technician at a geologic lab in Colorado and as an environmental consultant in Chicago. I graduated with a B.S. in Environmental Geology from Beloit College, where my undergraduate work focused on dolomite abundance in lake sediment cores as a proxy for glacial extent in Glacier National Park.