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GEM Fellowship opens a new path to potential research careers

The Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory’s first two GEM fellows do not come to the Laboratory from graduate programs in plasma physics as one might expect. Promise Adebayo-Ige is working toward a Ph.D. in nuclear engineering at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville while Caira Anderson is a doctoral student in computational and applied mathematics at Rice University.

Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month: Highlighting Syun’ichi Shiraiwa

As PPPL celebrated Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month throughout May, PPPL highlighted some of our staff and asked them to tell us about themselves and discuss what the month means to them. This is the third of a weekly series.

Q: What is your name?

A: “Syun’ichi Shiraiwa”

Q: What is your position?

Perseverance is the theme at PPPL’s annual Young Women’s Conference in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics

A major theme running through the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory’s (PPPL) Young Women’s Conference in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) was how women in STEM must overcome obstacles to get to where they are today.

Celebrating Asian/ Pacific American Heritage Month: Highlighting engineer Danny Cai

As the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) celebrates Asian and Pacific American Heritage Month throughout May, PPPL is highlighting some of our staff and asking them to tell us what the month means to them. This is the first of a weekly series throughout May.

Name: Danny Cai

Position:Mechanical Engineer

How long at PPPL: Seven years

Please describe your job:

Exploring Women’s History Month: A Help Desk technician discusses her perspective

As the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory celebrates Women’s History Month throughout March, we asked some of our staff members to tell us what Women’s History Month means to them. This is the fourth of a weekly series throughout March.

Name: Susmitha Bodige

Position: Help Desk technician, PPPL Information Technology Department 

How long at PPPL: Two and a half years

Describe your job:

Exploring Women’s History Month: A PPPL senior administrative assistant discusses her perspective

As the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory celebrates Women’s History Month throughout March, we asked some of our staff members to tell us what Women’s History Month means to them. This is the third of a weekly series throughout March.

Name: Ana Marie Datuin

Position: Senior administrative assistant for Environmental Safety & Health (ES&H)

How long at PPPL: Almost five years

Describe your job:

Exploring Women’s History Month: A PPPL engineer discusses her perspective

As the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory celebrates Women’s History Month throughout March, we asked some of our staff members to tell us what Women’s History Month means to them. This is the second of a weekly series throughout March.

Name: Jessica Guttenfelder

Position: Mechanical engineer and technical operations supervisor: Heating systems — neutral beams

How long at PPPL: Five years

Describe your job:

Exploring Women’s History Month: A PPPL researcher discusses her perspective

As the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory celebrates International Women’s Day March 8 and Women’s History Month throughout March, we asked some of our staff members to tell us what Women’s History Month means to them. This is the first of a weekly series throughout March.

Name: Anna Teplukhina

Position: Postdoctoral researcher, ITER and Tokamaks

How long at PPPL: Two years

Describe your job:

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