I received my bachelor’s degree in science from the University of Chicago. At UW-Madison, I worked with Mark Ediger to deposit molecular glasses with a high degree of structure, which are useful as model systems for new organic electronic applications. Next, I am headed to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in the D.C. area to work on new soft X-ray scattering techniques to study polymers that are used in organic solar cells and flexible electronics. Outside of research, I have been active in tutoring and outreach in the local community, as well as learned to play hockey and frisbee with my friends.

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