I’m Jen and I have a PhD in microbiology from Washington University in St. Louis, where I currently work as a staff scientist specializing in infectious disease research. My alter ego, Biohazard Betty, skates for the Arch Rival Roller Girls. Photo courtesy of Bob Dunnell.
Hi! I’m a meteorologist. I run numerical weather prediction models, make forecasts and take measurements from time to time. I am also an Afro-Caribbean dancer, volleyball player and mom. I love chocolate.
Hi. I am Panayiotis Zavros.I have M.Sc. in Astronomy, Astrophysics and Mechanics. Currently i am doing my PhD on wind energy modelling and short-term prediction, in Cyprus.
I like football, scuba diving and traveling around the world.
Phillip Mendenhall, M.A. (EuropeanUniversityatSt. Petersburg,Russia) archaeologist specializing in Paleolithic/Paleo-Indian migration and colonial Greek settlement of the northern Black Sea region. Currently working with the Public Archaeology Lab., Inc. in Rhode Island,USA.
Mai Truong. Physics PhD student at UC Berkeley.
Lindsay Aylesworth, marine biologist, measures a seahorse to determine if it is an adult or juvenile. She studies sustainable seahorse fisheries in southeast Asia. To learn more about her research, check out her Seahorse Adventures
I’m Xue-song Mei. My western friend also call me Richard May.
I’m a PhD student working on theoretical physics and atomic physics at College of Physics and Technology,Wuhan University, China. I am also interesting in computer programming. I like reading books concerned with history and philosophy. I just want to know where we come and where shall we go.
My name is Dr. Rachel Schultz, and I am a wetland ecologist.
Ricardo, researcher in experimental high energy physics, and Estela Ph. D. student working in theoretical neutrino physics. Now married and here running a mountain race.
Adrianne Daggett, PhD candidate in anthropology (specializing in archaeology) at Michigan State University and recent National Science Foundation grantee. In this photo, I am pointing to the area where I conduct the NSF-funded archaeological fieldwork for my dissertation, which began in July 2012.