Ingrid Stolt

Ingrid Stolt is a  fourth-year doctoral student in William Halperin’s Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Laboratory. She is a member of the American Physical Society as well as the Physics and Astronomy Graduate Student Council’s Equity and Inclusion Committee. Stolt loves solving New York Times crossword puzzles, practices yoga on a daily basis, and enjoys indoor cycling and outdoor running. She is intrigued by the prospect of science journalism or technical writing as a future career path, though may find herself continuing to conduct physics research within industry or at a university.

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As a young girl I could spend hours playing with my parents’ refrigerator magnets.