Cameron Clarke is a second year Ph.D Student in the Stony Brook University department of Physics and Astronomy, studying experimental nuclear and particle physics. Cameron is a Shackouls Honors graduate of the Mississippi State University College of Arts and Sciences (B.S. Physics 2015), where he was inducted into the Society of Scholars and was the recipient of a Goldwater Scholarship honorable mention award.
As a writer and journalist Cameron has had more than forty of his opinion and news articles published in The Reflector, MSU’s student newspaper, where he also served as Editor of the Opinion section in the Fall of 2014. Focusing on the interface of science and culture, Cameron has also published several works of nonfiction as well as poetry in The Streetcar, Mississippi State University’s creative arts journal, where he also served as nonfiction editor for the second and third volumes.
Serving as the inaugural Vice President and current President of the Stony Brook University Physics Graduate Student Association, Cameron hopes to help foster a welcoming and strong community and help his fellow students with solving any of the problems they may have.
Cameron has been involved in various forms of scientific research since his sophomore year of college. If you are interested, here is a blog post giving a summary and motivation for some of his current particle physics research.
Cameron offers personal tutoring in Physics, Math, and Astronomy, as well as written and spoken English.