I'm a third-year undergraduate double-majoring in Geophysics and Astrophysics. I help manage the Department's website, social media, finances, events, graphic design and a handful of other odd jobs. :)
My work has so far focused on observing minor planets' features through stellar occultations, SETI and environmental monitoring of Puget Sound.
Cortellesi, T. "Reworking the SETI Paradox: METI's Place on the Continuum of Astrobiological Signaling." JBIS, 73 No. 07 pp. 260-267, (July 2020).