Robertson-Anderson is named a 2022 Fellow of the American Physical Society

Robertson-Anderson was awarded this honor - reserved for <0.5% of APS faculty members - ‘For pioneering microrheology and microscopy experiments that elucidate the mechanics and dynamics of bio-inspired soft matter systems and complex biopolymer networks, and advancing undergraduate physics research and curriculum.’

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Robertson-Anderson receives the 2023 APS Faculty Prize for Research at an Undergraduate Institution

Robertson-Anderson was awarded this prize - given to a single faculty member each year - for achieving wide recognition and contributing significantly to physics and providing inspirational guidance and encouragement of undergraduate students participating in this research. 


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Dr. Anderson receives the STAR award from Research Corporation for Science Advancement

 The STAR (Science Teaching And Research) Award recognizes outstanding research and educational accomplishments. The STAR award includes a $5,000 cash prize. The awards will be presented at the 2022 Cottrell Scholar Conference, to be held July 6-8, 2022, in Tucson, Arizona.

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Dr. Anderson shares her views on the underrepresentation of women and people of color in STEM fields (The SanDiego Union-Tribune)

 Dr. Anderson writes, "So many STEM spaces in schools are exclusionary, overwhelmingly male, and speak to the sensibilities, goals, and ideas of men." 

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Robertson-Anderson shares her advice on forging collaborations

Rae Robertson-Anderson describes how new professors can obtain collaborative research opportunities that not only advance knowledge but also propel their careers.

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