Bio coming soon.
"Neutral B mixing from three-flavor lattice QCD: Determination of the SU(3)-breaking ratio xi" Physical Review D
"Many steps forward, a few steps back: Women in physics in the U.S." 4th International Conference of Women in Physics
For a current list see my entry on Inspire
"Searching for New Physics: Neutral B-mixing and Lattice QCD", colloquium, Williams College
"(Career) Flexibility in Physics" colloquium, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
"Managing and Supporting Career Breaks in the Sciences", Women in Astronomy 2009
Awards and Honors
American Physical Society's Blewett Fellowship
American Association of University Women (AAUW) American Fellowship
Faculty Enrichment Grant, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Experience at SAIC
Working at SAIC is a great deal of fun for me. I have always been interested in learning about other disciplines, and I have long been interested in bringing math and physics to non-scientists. Being at SAIC allows me to do both. I truly enjoy teaching my students how physics works and seeing them gain confidence in using it. It's particularly nice when they are able to connect it to their art or to some other part of their life. I also enjoy learning about what my students and colleagues do. It often gives me a new perspective on how math/physics fits (or doesn't!) into people lives.
Particle physics, the violin, physics pedagogy, how Imogen Robertson uses words, teaching and the internet, patterns in music, our perception of math/physics from a gender-biased history, how people communicate in different fields, languages.
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