Sample Astronomer Resume

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Steven Adams
250 Bassett Court,
Chicago Park, CA, 95712
222-222-2222
[email]

Summary
An outstanding researcher who has served as the head of research in different notable companies; has published more than 40 research papers and scientific journals, including short abstracts and scientific conference presentations; has won a number of awards from NASA, and from the American Astronomical Society; has collaborated with notable professors at national conventions and workshops across the country.

Professional Experience:
Senior Research Associate, May 2006 – Present
Stanford University, CA
Responsibilities:

  • Monitored and documented research works and developments conducted in the laboratory.
  • Maintained overall care and restoration of new and old telescopic equipment, machineries and other materials used in the laboratory for experiments.
  • Inscribed and converted technical information and maintained a healthy database and logs.
  • Performed experiments linking to the stars and also studied their demise and evolution; submitted reports on notable changes in astrological patterns affecting space spatial orientation.
  • Wide experience in the measurement and calculations of the magnitude of stars.

Research Associate, February 2002 – May 2006
Ohio State University, OH
Responsibilities:

  • Assisted professors in their research and planning activities for students.
  • Studied binary stars and their progress in the universe.
  • Observed telescope technology advancements, estimated costs and submitted recommendation for purchase and approval to the school board.
  • Organized teacher workshops for the state universities in order to promote increased science education.
  • Conducted seminar workshops, exhibits and displays, as well as student science weeks to enhance scientific prowess and promote love for learning.

Graduate Student Researcher, December 1998 – January 2002
Columbia University, NY
Responsibilities:

  • Monitored and documented research works and developments conducted in the laboratory.
  • Maintained overall care and restoration of new and old telescopic equipment, machineries and other materials used in the laboratory for experiments.
  • Inscribed and converted technical information and maintained a healthy database and logs.
  • Performed experiments linking to the stars and also studied their demise and evolution; submitted reports on notable changes in astrological patterns affecting space spatial orientation.
  • Wide experience in the measurement and calculations of the magnitude of stars.

Research Associate, February 2002 – May 2006
Ohio State University, OH

Education
Ph.D. in Modern and Ancient Astronomy
Columbia University, NY , 1997
Masters Degree In Astronomy
Columbia University, NY, 1992
Bachelor of Science in Astronomy
Columbia University, NY 1990

Skills and Certifications
2000 Popular Science Writing Award
2001 Education and Public Outreach Award
2004 NASA Education Group Achievement Award
Proficient with Mac and DOS/Win PCs, including MSWord, MSExcel
Proficiency with laboratory and telescopic cameras, 120+ nights observing experience on large telescopes
Research and data management
Theoretical and analytical skills
Strong communication skills

Affiliations and Organizations
American Astronomical Society (Division for Planetary Sciences), Member
American Geophysical Union (Planetary Sciences Section), Member
The Planetary Society, Member

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