Phillip Clayman is a graduate student in the Chemistry department. He also was a University Administrative Fellow in Research Computing in Spring of 2020.
University Administrative Fellow alumni/ae
Judy Du is a graduate student in Quantitative and Computational Biology at Princeton. She was also a University Administrative Fellow in Research Computing.
Sophie is a fifth-year graduate student in the Department of French and Italian. She also participated as a University Administrative Fellowship with the Financials Team in the Office of the Dean of the Graduate School.
Felicia Zhang is a PhD student in Psychology, and served as a University Administrative Fellow in the Center for Career Development.
Sarah Johnson earned a PhD in Chemistry in 2015, and was a University Administrative Fellow in the Office of Technology Licensing. She is currently Senior Manager, Business Development at Aro Biotherapeutic.
Dr. Allison Simi *18 is a Postdoctoral Fellow in the large molecule organization at Janssen (J&J), where she investigates new ways to target immune cells in cancer and autoimmunity. She did her doctoral research in Celeste Nelson's lab in Chemical and Biological Engineering which she joined immediately after a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from MIT in 2012.
Jake Herb is a Principal Scientist in the Materials and Energy Technology Group at Physical Sciences, Inc. (PSI). PSI specializes in developing and transitioning advanced technology from the laboratory to commercial and government use. Jake contributes to product development in the areas of advanced lithium-ion anode and cathode materials, as well as electrolyte formulation. He earned a Ph.D. in Chemistry and Materials Science in the lab of Dr. Craig Arnold at Princeton University, where he focused on the development of magnesium-ion batteries.
- "This experience in creating bridges across different stakeholders and developing systematic solutions helped me to secure a prestigious marine policy fellowship in D.C., where I can continue building upon the skills I started developing in my UAF!"
- "I learned to code surveys and analyze results and pursue divergent interests such as hosting a science poetry reading or helping teach technology workshops at the local library."
- "Seeing the publishing world as a form of intellectual curation—to evaluate and guide future scholarship in the field—was eye opening for me, and opened up new avenues to explore for post-doctoral life.”