Resume of Nikkita Von Rover

4060 Oranges St phone: (512) 130-6601
Austin, TX 78759 email:

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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.

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Computing Work Experience

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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 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
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Dr. Marcus Hornsby
Dept of Computer Science
College of Charleston
(803) 538-1599

William Leslie, MD
Student Wellness Center
Medical Univ of South Carolina
Charleston, SC 29401
(803) 381-5995

Dr. Elizabeth Zayif
Dept of Mathematics
Centenary College of Louisiana
2911 Centenary Blvd
Shreveport, LA 71134
(318) 695-2048

Dr. Lucy Peoples
Dept of Anthropology
University of Texas at Austin
Austin, TX 78705
(512) 232-8730

Dr. Albert Eisenstein
Dept of Physics
Princeton University
Princeton, NJ 08542
(862) 532-8921

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.
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