A. Stevie Bergman
stevie at princeton dot edu
Doctoral Candidate, Physics, Princeton University
Spider Collaboration, Bill Jones Lab
Measuring the polarization in the cosmic microwave background radiation
via launching telescopes on a weather balloon from Antarctica.
Supported by an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship
Radio Host, These Vibes Are Too Cosmic
Airs on WPRB Princeton 103.3 FM
Tuesdays 6-8pm EST
Weekly science show featuring expert interviews from across the sciences.
Fulbright Fellow, Indonesia 2013-14
Assistant Researcher, CERN 2013
Emlyn Hughes, Columbia University
Peace Corps Volunteer, Uganda 2011-13
Science Education Volunteer
Creator and Co-Founder of Girltech Uganda (Peace Corps page)
Paralegal, US Department of Justice 2009-10
Vaccine Injury Compensation Program
Alumna, Smith College 2009
Graduated cum laude, highest honors
Waterman Prize for Outstanding Senior in Physics
Resource on applying to graduate school in physics.
I have given talks and spoken on panels on tips and advice
for applying to graduate school in physics. Here is my most
up-to-date powerpoint on the topic, with many resources linked.
Papers on the arXiv
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