About Me!

Hello! My name is Camille and I am a rising senior in the Class of 2020 at Princeton University. I am majoring in Astrophysics and minoring in Computer Science. In addition to this project at Northwestern and my academic research at Princeton, I have also completed research projects at Argonne National Laboratory in Lemont IL, the Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics in Greifswald Germany, and the Joint ALMA Observatory in Santiago Chile. If you would like more details about my research experiences, please connect with me on LinkedIn!

In addition to research, I enjoy traveling, learning languages, and meeting new people. I am also an avid musician and art enthusiast! I play in the Princeton University Orchestra and I am a tour guide at the Princeton University Art Museum. In addition, I am passionate about social justice and strongly believe we can work together to build a supportive, accepting world. One of my goals as a future researcher is to establish diversity in the physics field and improve access to STEM learning resources for broader communities of people. As an undergraduate student, I have co-founded the Undergraduate Women* in Physics group at Princeton and started a movement to fight for the rights of sexual assault victims on campus. I also volunteer as a part-time organizer in Trenton, NJ to support non-unionized workers and low-income minority communities. I hope to continue similar work in the future along with research, because I find both areas of commitment to be equally important and rewarding!