Assembly Fellow (2019): Ryan Bailey-Crandell (he/him/his), email@example.com
My name is Ryan Bailey-Crandell, I am currently a first-year graduate student in Physics at The Ohio State University. I am originally from Portland Oregon, and I did my undergrad at Oregon State University with a major in Physics. My research is in the optospintronics of 2D materials, and I am also very excited about point defects for quantum information applications. I became involved with Polaris after becoming a mentor in the program. Polaris allows me to help young students establish themselves professionally and grow in an invaluable way. In my free time, I enjoy staying active, meditation, and studying history.
Network Fellow (2019): Kevin Ingles (he/him/his), firstname.lastname@example.org
My name is Kevin Ingles, I am studying high energy physics at The Ohio State University. I completed my undergrad at the University of South Alabama where I got my BS in mathematics and physics. I am currently studying the structure of exotic hadrons and fluid flow in quark gluon plasma. I am also interested in studying quantum field theories in curved spacetime. My goal is to become a professor and continue my research, as well as, mentor aspiring academics. I joined Polaris because mentoring is passion of mine. In my free time I like to read and spend time with my friends.
Whitney Powers, Assembly Fellow 2018
Juan Christopher Esparza, Network Fellow 2018
Mike Lopez, Network Fellow 2017