Sabrina is a first year Ph.D. student in the Science, Technology, and Environmental Policy Program at Princeton’s School of Public and International Affairs. She is broadly interested in the intersection of human behavior, energy policy, and environmental justice, particularly with regard to nuclear energy. She hopes to explore questions around how the nuclear fuel cycle can be made more equitable and to understand how public perception of nuclear energy can impact next-generation energy policymaking.
Before starting at Princeton, Sabrina was a research assistant for Professor Robert Rosner at the University of Chicago, where she worked on projects ranging from the economics of nuclear energy in Sweden to decarbonizing commercial truck transport. She holds a Master in Public Policy from the University of Chicago and a BSFS in Science, Technology, and International Affairs from Georgetown University.