Throughout my time at the University of Wyoming I have worked on a variety of undergraduate research project. In 2012 I worked on the development of an autonomous wheelchair with Dr. Steven Frank Barrett of the electrical engineering department. In 2013 I worked on the development of visualization tools for wind data under the direction of Dr. William Lindbergh (retired). In 2014 I worked on the development of robotic behaviors for the university's Baxter robot; this work was performed under the direction of Dr. Suresh Muknahlipatna. The individual pages for my research provide a brief summary of my experience on each project. The projects have been conducted under a variety of funding sources. For 2012 I was awarded an Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR) undergraduate fellowship from the National Science Foundation and state of Wyoming. For 2013 I was directly funded by the mechanical engineering department. In 2014 I was funded as a MANET research fellow through the electrical engineering department.