Astrophysicist, Science Communicator & Public Speaker
Sarah Pearson is a Danish astrophysicist with a PhD degree from Columbia University in New York. She currently holds a Flatiron Postdoctoral Research Fellowship at the Center for Computational Astrophysics. Sarah's two passions in life are astrophysics and communicating astrophysics. She has extensive experience giving lectures to both scientific peers and to non-scientific audiences including adults, teens and children.
Listen to my recent NPR podcast interview for Randy Cohen's "Person Place Thing" show here >>