Kassandra Martin-Wells is a visiting assistant professor at Ursinus College who has recently taught at both Carleton College and Franklin and Marshall College.
B.A., Physics and Astronomy - Carleton College
M.S., Planetary Science - Cornell University
Ph.D., Planetary Science - Cornell University
Kassandra has taught previously at Carleton College and, most recently, at Franklin and Marshall College and has a strong track record of involving undergraduates in her research.
Her research is in the area of lunar and planetary geology and geophysics with a focus on observational studies of impact cratering utilizing remote radar sensing and optical techniques.