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I am a sophomore majoring in Applied Physics at Texas Lutheran University. I am an active member of the Society of Physics Students here on campus, helping host a variety of events we take on each year including our largest attraction for the community of Seguin,Texas: Family Physics Night. I have traveled to San Francisco and presented a poster on Family Physics Night at the Quadrennial Physics Congress (PhysCon) in November 2016. I am a Lab Assistant for calculus based physics, I help tutor those in lower level physics classes and math classes, while also working for the Physics Department by taking on small building projects for the department. I am currently the student leader for an SPS-funded research project entailing the use of drones equipped with thermal imaging systems which can track heat loss from buildings on campus. This project would help explain how efficient energy is being used on campus by constructing a thermal map of the university. When I am not doing physics work, I spend my free time playing intramural sports for the university, exercising, and reading as often as possible. Once I graduate from TLU I hope to pursue a PhD in physics and eventually become a physics professor.