Angelica Berner is a recent graduate from Arizona State University with a degree in Physics. Angelica served as a mentor every year of her undergraduate degree in the Sundial program at ASU, a project geared towards creating a community for women and minorities studying Physics and Earth & Space. In her final year at ASU, she served as President of her SEDS chapter and continues to stay actively involved through outreach and event planning even after her graduation.
Angelica started doing research the summer after her freshman year, having participated in a Research Experience for Undergraduates at The College of Wooster for an experimental physics project. She then participated in the ASU/NASA Space Grant for two years in the Emergence lab at ASU, eventually leading to her first publication. In the summer before she graduated, Angelica was a NIFS intern at NASA Langley working on SAGE III ISS, an active flight mission, doing data analysis. In 2019, she was selected as a Brooke Owens Fellow, where she spent her summer working at Maxar and is currently continuing her internship with her host company.