Avery Tishue

PhD Student in Physics and Astronomy

I am a graduate student broadly interested in various aspects of cosmology and theoretical physics. My research thus far has focused on the role of gauge fields in cosmology. I have also done some work on preheating in the post-inflationary epoch. My research interests are wide, but currently I am particularly interested in cosmic acceleration, gravitational wave cosmology, and the role large data sets and collaborative experiments play in constraining our Universe.    Beyond research, I am passionate about improving science access for everybody and making the collective endeavor of science a more inclusive and welcoming one. I lead a mentoring and outreach program called ManyMentors at Dartmouth, and I have been actively engaged in science tutoring and mentoring for a decade.


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