Tarleton State University junior Kassie Marble is already a well-traveled scientist, presenting her research across the country. Her most recent stop was the Texas Legislature’s Undergraduate Research Day earlier this month, where she shared how to collect ions and particles in a cylindrical Penning trap… which probably means something.
Kassie’s proud faculty mentor—who also happens to be her very proud father—Dr. Daniel Marble is a professor of physics at Tarleton and director of the Texas Physics Consortium. He accompanied Kassie to the Capitol. The Council of Public University Presidents and Chancellors, the Independent Colleges and Universities of Texas Inc., and the Texas Association of Community Colleges coordinate Undergraduate Research Day.

Source: Local News