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Studying Physics at Marlboro College in the Hills of Vermont

The Marlboro College 2008 Community Photo. I am on the very right
three rows from the
bottom.

I went to Marlboro College and graduated in 2008. Marlboro is a liberal arts school in the beautiful hills of Marlboro, Vermont with a very small student body of 300 students. I loved my experience at Marlboro and excelled in the environment, majoring in Physics and minoring in Computer Science. I participated in three summer physics internships and wrote a senior thesis (described below).

Undergraduate Research

I am excited to successfully defended my plan of concentration.
I am next to my college physics professor Travis
Norsen.

During the summer after my senior year of high school (2005) and again after my first year of college (2006), I participated in a SEAP internship at ANSER. I have written about the internship here.

After my sophomore year (2006), I participated in a physics REU at UC Davis. I have written about the internship here.

After my Junior year (2007), I participated in a SULI Internship at SLAC. I have written about the internship here.

Senior Thesis

The cover page of my senior thesis.

Marlboro students are required to write a senior thesis during their senior year. My senior thesis involved continuing research I began during the SULI internship and an experimental investigation of microwave diffraction. You can view my senior thesis below. You can read my senior thesis here.

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