Kara Snow shows how getting a head start in research pays off

Honors first year student Kara Snow from Raleigh, NC, has been selected as a North Carolina GlaxoSmithKline Foundation Women in Science Scholar. Snow is majoring in applied physics with an emphasis in astrophysics and minor in mathematics. She is working with faculty mentor Dr. Daniel Caton, Director of Observatories and professor in Appalachian’s Department of Physics and Astronomy.

Read the full story at: https://honors.appstate.edu/news/kara-snow-shows-how-getting-head-start-research-pays.

this summer Snow is working with Dr. Smith behind the glass walls of the astronomy lab where museum visitors can see them work. She is most excited because, “When my little brothers come to the museum they will get to see me working!” photo submitted by Kara Snow.
Published: Jun 10, 2019 8:19am

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