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Joey Nelson

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Personal bio
Joey Nelson is a Teaching and Research Fellow in Thinking Matters, Stanford Introductory Studies. He holds a BS in Environmental Sciences and a BA in Mathematics from the University of Virginia. He received a PhD in Geological and Environmental Sciences at Stanford University, where he was a Diversifying Academia, Recruiting Excellence (DARE) Fellow and a National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellow. His environmental science research broadly examines how reactions between aqueous solutions and Earth materials alter the environment around us and beneath our feet. More specifically, his hydrogeochemical research projects focus on how mineral-fluid reactions, nanoscale confinement, and surface disorder govern transition metal adsorption, isotopic fractionation, redox reactions, and release and storage of natural and anthropogenic contaminants. Joey also served as president of the Stanford Chapter of Out in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics, and is passionate about helping create welcoming spaces for diverse identities.

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