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Seeking Alumni Profiles
Are you or do you know a former physics student doing something exciting or different with their physics training? We are looking for an interesting and diverse set of Cornell Physics Alumni to profile for a new project.
Please fill out this survey with a name, contact info, and a few words describing the path taken after a physics education. You can complete the survey multiple times to suggest as many people as you like, including yourself!
We aim to produce public-facing profiles of Cornell Physics Alumni to demonstrate the wide range of what it means to be a physicist. We hope to gather information here to create profiles representing an expansive collection of physics careers and a breadth of backgrounds and demographics.