Pulsar Search Collaboratory (PSC)
What is the PSC?
The PSC allows high school students to look for new pulsars using data from the GBT. If you are interested in joining or would like more information check out their website.
What I do for the PSC?
I served as a graduate mentor for two high school students at the School for Math and Science at Vanderbilt. The students are working on a project using the 20 meter telescope at the Green Bank Observatory.
Other Outreach Efforts
- I am a member of the NANOGrav Outreach group. As a member, I am certified to visit schools and present a presentation about NANOGrav. If you would like me or another member to visit your school or club, please visit this page.
- I helped with the exhibit, "The Shadow of the Sun: E.E. Barnard and the Solar Eclipse," at Vanderbilt University's Central Library. My case compares astrophotography taken by Barnard to photos taken recently. To learn more, please visit here.
- I am an American Astronomical Society Ambassador.
- 2012-2014 Taught after school in Morgantown, WV where I was in charge of a weekly activity about science
- 2012-2016 Member of WVU Astronomy Club and helped lead activities on campus and in the community
- 2013-2016 Member of WV Science Public Outreach Team (SPOT) where I visited schools to talk about pulsars and fast radio bursts