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Bryant will be a junior physics major in fall of 2015. He has been involved in SPS since summer of 2014, participating in multiple chapter outreach demonstrations. He collaborates in research in USU's atmospheric LIDAR (Light Detection And Ranging) laboratory. Bryant is a TA in the Physics Department's observatory, operating USU's telescopes for students in introductory astronomy-related classes, as well as for multiple public viewing nights that host hundreds of people of all ages. He also teaches a general physics lab and tutors in USU's Physics Learning Center. After attaining his BS in physics he plans to earn a PhD in astrophysics. Bryant is an avid amateur astronomer; his personal telescope is like another limb to him. During the winter he is recognized in his neighborhood as the guy wearing five coats and shivering out in the middle of the night with his telescope. His non-physics related interests include reading about ancient cultures, traveling, and food. He also loves music (both listening and playing) and enjoys drawing (or more accurately, mindlessly doodling).