Summer Locknick

Summer Locknick

Graduate Assistant

locknic@uwindsor.ca | 226-788-1731

Work Experience

05/2018 - 04/2020
University of Windsor

Graduate Assistant

Supported teaching of Planetary Science and Canadian Regional Environments. Duties included marking and proctoring exams, assignments, and quizzes while also assisting students in regard to course questions and advising.

09/2019 - 01/2020
Essex Region Conservation Authority

Climate Change Research Assistant

Responsible for acquiring data and undertaking baseline corporate and community greenhouse gas inventories for the Essex region and several regional municipalities to support the development of a Community Energy Plan across Essex County.

09/2018 - 09/2019
University of Windsor

Office of the Registrar, Student Brigade

Assist staff, faculty and other students in the use of the new UWinsite Student System while gaining knowledge of ERP systems, student information processes, and public sector administrative practices.

Education

05/2018 - Current
University of Windsor

M.Sc. Masters of Earth Science.

Thesis: Correspondence Between Beach User Perception and Rip Currents in Prince Edward Island

09/2014 - 04/2018
University of Windsor

B.E.S [H] Bachelor of Environmental Studies [Honours].

Undergraduate research (Project RipCuRe): (1) Beach User Perceptions of the Rip Current Hazard on the Great Lakes and (2) Rip Currents Within the Canadian Curriculum

Accomplishments

06/2020

Houser, C., Wernette, P., Trimble, S. and Locknick, S., 2020. 11- Rip Currents. In: Sandy Beach Morphodynamics, 1st ed. Elsevier.

11/2019

Drowning Prevention Award in Research, Canadian Drowning Prevention Coalition

An award that recognizes excellence and innovation in best practices and impacts in drowning research across Canada

11/2019

Poster Presentation, Correspondence Between Beach User Perception and Rip Currents in Prince Edward Island American Geophysical Union- San Francisco.

07/2019

Fathom Fund Recipient, MEOPAR

Marine Environmental Observation Prediction and Response (MEOPAR) Network is supported by the Government of Canada through the federal Networks of Centres of Excellence Program. The program allows the donor to decide which projects get off the ground. Researchers who raise 25% of their project costs through crowdfunding receive up to 75% of the remaining project costs from the Fund.

05/2018

LEAD Medallion Award, Gold

Recipients will have demonstrated Leadership, Engagement, Application and Discovery during their studies and have excelled beyond the classroom.

04/2018

Presentation, Rip Currents Within the Canadian Curriculum, American Association of Geographers- New Orleans.

03/2018

Presentation, Rip Currents Within the Canadian Curriculum, UWill Discover-Windsor.

03/2017

Presentation, Beach User Perceptions of the Rip Current Hazard on the Great Lakes, UWill Discover-Windsor.