Erin Flowers

Pronouns
She/Her
Position
Assistant Director of STEM Education, Council on Science and Technology
Office
Lewis Library 234
Office Hours
Tuesday: -12:00 pm
Bio/Description

Erin is an astrophysicist and Assistant Director of STEM Education with the Council on Science and Technology at Princeton University. Her research interests include both theoretical and observational exoplanet characterization and detection and astrobiology. She is currently a Researcher for the NASA Dragonfly Mission, working with Dr. Claire Newman and the Aeolis Research Group to create more accurate climate models of Titan, Saturn's largest moon. In addition to her research, she is passionate about educational outreach in both astronomy and STEM as a whole. She is particularly dedicated to teaching and mentoring scientists-to-be from under-represented groups. As a graduate student at Princeton, she was a Diversity Fellow with the Office of Access, Diversity and Inclusion, and was a Math and Physics Fellow with the Prison Teaching Initiative. In addition to her academic and outreach work on campus, she loves to cook and eat, travel, read, play all kinds of games, and be outside hiking and boating so long as it's warm!