|4060 Oranges St||phone:||(512) 130-6601|
|Austin, TX 78759||email:||
Versatile individual seeks employment in renowned partcle physics lab in
Switzerland. Three month summer vacations a must. Minimum
annual salary requirements of $250,000. Two years leave
every five years a must.
Will be available October 1, 2003.
Active backpacker and climber seeks summer employment in the alps. Am available three months every summer. Minimum salary requirements of $40,000 every summer.
Actively seeking participants for a research project to Papua-New Guinea from October 2008 to December 2010. Now accepting research funds through August 2008.
|Princton University||September 2001 - June 2003||MS||Particle Physics|
|University of South Carolina||June 1983 - September 1984||MA||Computer Science|
|Virginia Polytechnic & State University||September 1974 - June 1978||Ph D||Mathematics|
|The University of Texas at Austin||August 1970 - May 1974||Ph D||Anthropology|
|The Pennsylvania State University||September 1967 - August 1969||MA||Mathematics|
|Loyola University of New Orleans||September 1963 - June 1967||BS||Physics|
|St. Stephen of Bradshaw High School||September 1959 - June 1963|
|St. Anthony of Padua Grade School||September 1951 - June 1959|
Dr. Marcus Hornsby
Dept of Computer Science
College of Charleston
William Leslie, MD
Student Wellness Center
Medical Univ of South Carolina
Charleston, SC 29401
Dr. Elizabeth Zayif
Dept of Mathematics
Centenary College of Louisiana
2911 Centenary Blvd
Shreveport, LA 71134
Dr. Lucy Peoples
Dept of Anthropology
University of Texas at Austin
Austin, TX 78705
Dr. Albert Eisenstein
Dept of Physics
Princeton, NJ 08542
Professor Peoples writes "Nikkita's understanding of the historical, evolutionary perspective of society is absolutely phenomenal. Her instincts on subtlety is easily remarkable. She is easily the best anthropology student I have ever had."
Dr. Albert Eisenstein writes "Nikkita's understanding of particle Physics and string theory compares to the most fervent researchers on the topic. I am completely convinced that if she were to proceed in a professorship in Theoretic Particle Physics, she just might be the one to solve Unification Theory.