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Hi I'm Susan

I'm a physicist. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I am currently working towards a bachelors degree in physics, with a minor in mathematics. After going to grad school for a PhD, I hope to work in a national research lab. Though much of my time is devoted to science, I also love to create. My experience in theater has earned me membership in the International Thespian Society. This past summer was spent recording an album of guitar and piano music I have written. The variety of my interests helps keep my life exciting.

Why I am a Mormon

A lot of people seem to think science and religion have to be at odds. I, however, couldn't disagree more. As I get deeper into my studies of the world around me, the influence of God becomes more pronounced. In such a vast and confusing universe, my religion helps me stay grounded. It lets me see with an eternal perspective, and shows me my purpose in life. I know that I am loved by a kind and gracious God who knows me individually.

How I live my faith

As a college student, I see many of my friends making choices that seriously complicate or endanger their lives. I choose to abstain from alcohol, drugs, and sexual relationships. By holding strong to my faith, I am able to live without the regrets or risks I see many others burdened with.

Do Mormons only help Mormons?

No. Mormons believe in helping and having charity for people from all walks of life. Show more Show less