Corey Wilson received a B. S. of Landscape Architecture from the University of Kentucky in 2008. Upon entering the program in 2004, she quickly identified an interest in water quality and watershed based landscape research, which she developed throughout her time spent as an undergraduate through a variety of venues, including projects inside and outside the classroom. She has been involved in a number of water quality and watershed based research and community education/outreach projects in association with the EPA, Kentucky Division of Water, and Kentucky Waterways Alliance and is currently working as a full-time research assistant to Dr. Brian Lee. Her efforts are focused primarily on The Watershed Atlas Project, but include a number of other watershed/landscape based projects. Corey is graduate school bound, and is taking advantage of the opportunities provided her as an employee of the university and Dr. Lee to continue her education and explore the possibilities for graduate study.