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     Date Submitted:31-01-2012
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     Current job:Embry Riddle Aeronautical University graduate
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     KeywordsStrong physical science, engineering mathematics, and leadership skills.
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    OBJECTIVE               Upcoming Embry Riddle Aeronautical University graduate offering a strong academic background to obtain an entry level position in the technical fields of science, space or aerospace industry. Strong physical science, engineering mathematics, and leadership skills.

     

    EDUCATION                 Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University                                                        Daytona Beach, FL

                                        Bachelor of Science, Space Physics                                                GPA: 3.14/4.0

                                        Minors, Applied Mathematics and Astronomy

     

                                        Massey University via study abroad         New Zealand                                    February – June 2011                 

     

    PROJECT                      Senior Physics Lab                     Sep. 2011 – Dec. 2011

    EXPERIENCE                   Consisted of spending 10 week period conducting 3 labs then reducing data to produce a final report.

    Labs performed included: Zeeman Effect, Properties and Uses of X Ray Diffraction, and Laser Spectroscopy

     

    Thermodynamics on Star                  March 2011  

    Extensive research paper on the thermodynamic properties of white dwarfs and neutron stars

     

                                            Superconductivity Investigation Lab                       November 2010

                                        Analyzed and concluded critical temperature and properties for different types of superconductor

                                                                                                   

    WORK                          Windtronics                                Muskegon, MI

    EXPERIENCE                Product Specialist                            May 2009 – Sep. 2009

                                                                                                       May 2010 – August 2010

    Answered technical questions and distributed information regarding the Honeywell Wind Turbine and equipment. Worked with various companies to conduct and build installation and dealer training networks. Worked in lab and retained hands on information on the turbine systems and components. Gained knowledge on the high importance of renewable energy resources.

                                       

                                                                                                               

    SKILLS                         Software:          MatLab, C++, Maple, Microsoft word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint

                                        Education:         Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Spaceflight Dynamics, Physics, Electricity

                                                                and Magnetism, Classical and Modern Mechanics

                                        Flight Training:   Private Pilot License                           2008 - present

     

    LEADERSHIP                Vice President of Panhellenic                         2009 - 2010

    ·          Coordinated new rules for sorority recruitment

    ·          Directed weekly meeting with Panhellenic delegates

    ·          Planned Campus events

    ·          Worked and spoke at various orientation events

     

    Active Member of Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority                   2008 - present

                 

                                        Honor Council Board, Sigma Sigma Sigma                       2008 - present

    ·          Directed goals and sanctions to members 

    ·          Coordinated meetings

     

     

    AWARDS                      Student Government AssociationScholar of the Month                    October 2011

     

    International Scholarship – Embry Riddle Aeronautical University              2008 - present

     

                                        Honor Roll                                          Spring 2008

                                        Dean’s List                                         Summer B, 2011

     

    CONVENTIONS             2010AFLV Conference: St. Louis, Missouri Leadership Conference – 3 days                        

    ·          Strengthened leadership and communication skills via multiple group activities and lectures

     

    2010 Dealer and Installer Day: Hosted by Windtronics – 2 days

    ·          Spoke to dealers and investors about Windtronic’s products

    ·          Helped host tours of the plant and worked with investors

     

    Community                  Volunteer on an average of 5 service projects a year from Fall 2008 to present– Over 70 hours:

    Service                         including relay for Life, Robby Paige memorial, Beach Clean ups and Child therapy

     

    Available for relocation and travel after expected graduation date - May 13, 2012


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