Abstract: Studying and correcting for helicity-correlated false asymmetries in the CREx experiment at Jefferson Lab

My research this summer will be the beginning of my work for my honors thesis in physics with Dr. David Armstrong. Specifically, I will be working on data collection and analysis for the CREx and the closely related PREx experiment at Jefferson Lab in Newport News. The goal of CREx will be to determine the size […]

Abstract: Bread Science

Food science is a burgeoning field that draws from a variety of “traditional” scientific disciplines such as biology, chemical engineering, and biochemistry in an attempt to better understand food processes and ultimately improve food products for the general public. In my project, I will focus on combining traditional home baking with the scientific method in […]

Abstract: A geological and anthropological history of Sutton, NH

For over 20 years, my father has owned a small piece of land in Sutton, a village tucked into the rolling hills and dull peaks of the New Hampshire lakes region. My family has enjoyed many summer and winter days hiking, camping, hunting, and snowshoeing in this area. When the Sutton land first came into […]