Curtis joined the National Drought Mitigation Center as a climatologist in the summer of 2016 after completing an M.S. in Earth and Atmospheric Sciences with a Meteorology/Climatology specialization in the fall of 2015. Curtis is analyzing drought trends in the United States, and is helping to investigate statistical distributions used for the Standardized Streamflow Index.
- M.S. in Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Meteorology/Climatology specialization, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Fall 2015.
- B.S. in Meteorology (minor in math), University of Oklahoma, Spring 2013.