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I was able to be part of the LIGO collaboration research.
The size of the AU physics department allows students to get involved in research early in their career. I began my research in Professor Harry's Gravity and Thermal Noise LIGO lab my sophomore year and was able to be a part of the LIGO collaboration research that recently led to the discovery of Gravitational Waves. Last June, we were published in the Classical and Quantum Gravity journal and asked to write a follow up for their website. I have thoroughly enjoyed my experience in physics here and I can’t wait to start a career doing what I love.

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In the Community ·

Building peace in DC’s Shaw neighborhood

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Achievements ·

American University Senior Craig Stevens Named a 2018 Marshall Scholar

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Communications ·

A Laughing Matter: Comedy’s Role in Social Change

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Where Future Financial Analysts Are Made

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A Force for Change

Police have the power to use force—it's Julie Ruhlin's job to determine how much is too much

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