Elizabeth Case (she/they) is a PhD candidate at Columbia University and the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory. Their research focuses on how snow turns into ice, water moves through old snow (firn), and snow and ice change, move, and can be measured under strain. They co-founded Cycle for Science, an adventure education program that translates research into K-12 lesson plans, and were faculty on the Juneau Icefield Research Program in 2018 and 2019. She is actively collaborating at the intersection of art and science as a part of Future Grounds with Hannah Mode, and has exhibited work at the Taipei Cultural Institute. When they're not teaching or on ice, they love to climb and write. You can find her on twitter at @elizabeth_case.