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Buseck Center for Meteorite Studies

Center Student at NASA Space Grant Poster Session

Photo courtesy Jaqueline Do.
At this year's NASA Space Grant Student Poster Session, Center undergraduate Sam Campbell presented research on Making Meteorites Accessible.
Sam is a NASA Space Grant student working with Buseck Center for Meteorite Studies Director Rhonda Stroud to expand public outreach, while working towards a Bachelor's Degree in Astrobiology and a certificate in Planetary Science in the ASU School of Earth and Space Exploration.
The NASA Space Grant Student Poster Session, held annually, highlights the research of Space Grant Students (both graduate and undergraduate) in various STEM subjects, and provides them the opportunity to practice presenting a topic as well as to network with other students, researchers and faculty.
Photo courtesy Desirée Crawl.
In addition to their efforts to expand meteorite-based outreach in the Buseck Center, Campbell also works as a docent in the SESE Gallery of Exploration and Meteorite Gallery, leading tours for the public and school groups, and is currently the Teaching Assistant (TA) for SESE's Habitable Worlds class.