Florida State University
US Department of Education Intern
American Physical Society
A recent graduate from Idaho State University, I have obtained a Bachelor's of Science in Physics and two Associate's of Science Degrees in Math and Chemistry. I will be continuing my education to Florida State University for a Ph.D in Molecular Biophysics starting in the fall. In my undergraduate studies, I was lucky enough to have the free time to join several organizations including: American Nuclear Society, Kappa Sigma Fraternity, and Society of Physics Students (which is the wonderful group that is allowing me to take part on - what I am certain will be - an amazing internship).
My research backgrounds include: Experimentation on Radiation Resistant Halobacteria (NSF Research Experience for Undergraduates, Summer 2012) and Studies into a Compact Ultrafast Electron Accelerator (Fall 2012). During this summer internship, I look forward to researching STEM Education Policy with the Department of Education.