Years at Knox: 2013 to present
Ph.D., Astronomy and Physics, 2013, Indiana University.
M.A., Astronomy, 2008, Indiana University.
B.A., Physics, cum laude, 2006, Knox College.
Research Fellow, Indiana University Department of Astronomy, Bloomington, Indiana.
Indiana Space Grant Consortium Graduate Research Fellowship, May 2012 - May 2015.
Graduate Research Fellowship, Indiana Space Grant Consortium, 2012-2013.
College of Arts and Sciences Dissertation Year Fellowship, August 2011 - June 2012.
Indiana Space Grant Consortium Graduate Research Fellowship, March 2009 - March 2010.
Recipient of the Indiana University Outreach Award, 2010.
Graduate Research Fellowship, Indiana Space Grant Consortium, 200-2010.
Recipient of the Frank and Margaret Edmonson Prize, 2009.
NASA International Year of Astronomy Ambassador Fellowship, 2009.
Recipient of the Smith Prize for Achievement in Physics, 2006.
Rhode, K. L., Salzer, J. J., Haurber'gl N. C., Van Sistine, A., Young, M. D., Haynes, M. P., Giovanelli, R., Cannon, J. M., Skillman, E. D., McQuinn, K. B. W., 81 Adams, E. A. K., ALFAZLF/l Dzlfcovery 0f a New Local Group Caa9L9a[c.'DLl1tance Eatimate an@ Redalfa from Optical Imaging ofLeo P, submitted.
Haurberg, N.C., Lubell, G.M.G., Cohn, H.N., Lugger, P.M., Anderson, J., Cool, A.M. & Serenelli, A.M. 2010, ApJ, 722, 158; Ultaviolet-bright Stellar Populations and Their Evoluntionary Implications in the Collapsed-core Cluster M15.
Invited Talk, Indiana Astronomical Society CbemúalAáunßancea of 12 Low-Mada Galaxieafram tbe Arecibo Dual Beam Survey, August, 2012.
Poster, 215'h Meeting of the American Astronomical Society, Washington, DC UV -Brig/.vt Stellar Population.; ¿n t/re Core :rf/1115, Haurbergl N., Lubell, G. M. G., Lugger, P. M., Cohn, H. N., Anderson, J., Cool, A., 8l Serenelli, A. M., January, 2010.
Invited talk, "Exotic Stars in Globular Clusters: How Old Stellar Systems are Fueling a Hot Topic," Knox College, October, 2008.
Music and writing students collaborated and performed with renowned bassist and composer Ben Allison, as jazz fans got a live, free preview of Allison's new album, during Knox's inaugural Mirza Jazz Residency.
Knox's Team X-Ray places second among 15 liberal arts colleges that competed in an intense regional contest involving programming teams from colleges and universities in five states.
Finals and term projects can be more than tests and papers, as Knox College faculty make engaging assignments and exams -- including design your own superhero -- to evaluate student academic achievements.