The Sundial Project, ASU

Sundial is an organization that seeks to foster a diverse community of undergraduates, graduates, post-docs, and faculty with interest in the physical sciences. The community stands to support all members academically and holistically through several levels of engagement.

  • Its mission includes career development for its membership, both in academic, professional, and personal endeavors. Student retention is a priority.
  • Sundial seeks to provide an environment that both engages and excites!
  • All of its efforts are aimed at building a strong and supportive community for everyone involved. This includes active mentorship, departmental programs, and building links to inside and outside resources.

Everything we do seeks to forward these goals.

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People

Alex Brimhall (Network Fellow 2016)

Erika Felix (Assembly Fellow 2019)

Searra Foote (Network Fellow 2020)

Athena Gerardo (Assembly Fellow 2020)

Gabriella Huckabee (Assembly Fellow 2017)

Isabella Huckabee (Network Fellow 2021, 2022)

Aishwarya Iyer (she/her/hers),  aiyer13@asu.edu (Network Fellow 2020, 2021)

I’m a 5th-year Astrophysics Ph.D. Student. I have been a part of the Sundial Program for over 3 years now, and I’m so grateful to be a part of this community! My research involves studying the atmospheres of small, cool stars that have Earth-like planets orbiting them. Outside school, I enjoy ceramics and gardening. I look forward to building strong connections with all members of our mentoring community to learn more about different barriers that everyone has had to overcome. I’m super excited to be a part of the Access Network team this semester!

 

 

Kali Johnson (Assembly Fellow 2016)

Grace Larson (Assembly Fellow 2021)

Antonia Pagnozzi (Network Fellow 2019)

Luana Paredes (Assembly Fellow 2017, 2018)

Arti Rao (Network Fellow 2018)

Dayanara Sandoval (Assembly Fellow 2016, Network Fellow 2017)