Although the past nine weeks have been an incredible learning experience that I am unbelievably grateful for, one of the definite downsides has been trying to navigate working virtually. Computer fatigue is real, people!
I considered holding off on some news to give this blog post a surprise ending, but I’m too excited and too impatient. So, the big news: I accepted a job with NBLA to co-make and co-host a physics history podcast!
This week at SPS: This week, several of us got together and watched a short movie after catching up about our week a little, so this was great! We also had a talk about a fantastic undergrad research program aimed at the lower classman at universities who want to get into research!
Hello everyone! We officially have one week left until the SPS 2021 Summer Internship Program comes to a close. The past week I have been putting together my PowerPoint slides for my final presentation, working on my project, and trying to make last-minute connections.
It’s hard to believe how fast time has flown—I will be presenting my results next week! I spent this week working on my presentation and analyzing my data. I still need to add one more visualization of my results, but otherwise the slides are all done!
I got to spend this past week in Washington D.C. for the quantum computing workshop. It was great being able to do something in person and meet my mentor. At the workshop I got to help with setup, help attendees with activities, and meet a bunch of interesting teachers.