26 February 2021

Erin Flowers

Erin Flowers

"In addition to my research on the habitability of other worlds, I am passionate about educational outreach in both astronomy and STEM as a whole. I am particularly dedicated to tutoring and mentoring scientists-to-be from under-represented groups. I believe that it is important for all of us to give back to the communities we live and work in, because science is for everyone."

Affiliation: Princeton University

AAS Positions:

  • AAS Committee on the Status of Minorities in Astronomy, member (2018–present)
  • IGEN/AAS Advisory Board member, present

Areas of Scientific Interest:
Icy moon habitability, (exo)planetary atmospheric dynamics and chemistry

Accomplishments:

  • NSF Graduate Research Fellowship
  • Princeton University Prison Teaching Initiative Fellow
  • Princeton University Diversity Fellow