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Curriculum Vitae

Education

PhD in Planetary Science

University of Arizona
May 2021, expected
Minor in Geosciences
Cumulative GPA: 3.55/4.00

MS in Planetary Science

University of Arizona
May 2019, expected
Minor in Geoscience
Cumulative GPA: 3.55/4.00

BA in Earth and Planetary Science

Washington University in St. Louis
May 2016
Minors in Physics, German
Cumulative GPA: 3.53/4.00

Work Experience

University of Arizona Lunar and Planetary Laboratory

Tucson, AZ

Graduate Research Assistant (August 2016 – present)

Investigating impact melts and basalts on the Moon, creating a geologic map of the impact melt around lunar crater Giordano Bruno, using an electron microprobe to investigate experimental samples, writing papers on research topics. Investigate Apollo impact melt samples to determine the role clast entrainment plays in affecting large-scale morphology.

Graduate Teaching Assistant (August 2016 – present)

Assisting in the teaching of PTYS 170B2 The Universe and Humanity: Origin and Destiny, PTYS 214 Astrobiology and PTYS 206 Our Golden Age of Planetary Exploration. Duties include grading homework, proctor exams, hold office hours, hold review sessions, and guest lecture.

Washington University Department of Earth and Planetary Science

St. Louis, MO

Undergraduate Research Assistant (September 2013 – May 2016)

Identifying and counting craters on the Moon in ArcGIS, assisting in finding the crater density as well as the age of the surface based on crater size and distribution. Determined the age of the youngest mare basalts on the Moon, located south of Aristarchus Plateau.

Undergraduate Teaching Assistant (January 2015 – May 2016)

Assisting in the teaching of EPS 118A Geology of National Parks for the Spring 2015 and Spring 2016 semesters, helping grade homework, proctor exams, and held office hours.

Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory

Laurel, MD

NASA Summer Intern (June 2014 - August 2014; June 2015 – August 2015)

Analyzed MESSENGER MDIS images of Mercury’s limb on planet’s night side in attempt to positively identify Mercury’s exosphere. Results were analyzed using USGS’ ISIS, IDL, and ENVI. Examined Mercury's surface using MESSENGER images using USGS’ ISIS and ReACT to identify hollows. Analyzed results using IDL, ENVI, and MATLAB to see size and location distribution.

Awards and Achievements

O. Richard Norton Award

2018

Attended the Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society (MetSoc)

Barringer Crater Company

2018

Attended the Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society

The Planetary Studies Foundation

2018

Attended the Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society

Galileo Circle Scholarship

2018

Attended the Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society

Shirley D. Curson Education Plus Fund

2017

Attended the International Association of Volcanology and Chemistry of the Earth’s Interior (IAVCEI) Conference

William H. and Elizabeth Danforth Distinguished Athlete Award

2016

Washington University in St. Louis

Varsity Swim Team Captain

2016

Washington University in St. Louis, 2015-2016 season

NCAA National Champion

2016

200 yard butterfly

NCAA All-American

2016

All American: 100 yard butterfly, 2016; 200 yard butterfly, 2016
Honorable Mention: 200 yard butterfly, 2014; 400 yard medley relay, 2016

Stephen E. Dwornik Planetary Geosciences Student Paper Award

2016

Honorable Mention Undergraduate Poster for Stadermann, A., M. Zanetti, B. Jolliff, and H. Hiesinger (2015) Revisiting the Youngest Mare Basalts on the Moon: Analysis of Primary and Secondary Crater Distributions in the Region South of Aristarchus Crater. Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf. 46, # 1269.

Harold Levin Undergraduate Teaching Assistant Award

2015

Washington University in St. Louis, Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences EPS 118A Geology of National Parks (Spring 2015)

Washington University Dean's List

2013

Fall 2012, Fall 2013

Publications

  1. Stadermann, A. C., M. Krawczynski, B. L. Jolliff, and C. W. Hamilton (in prep). Analysis and Experimental Investigation of Apollo Sample 12032,366-18, a Chemically Evolved Basalt from the Moon. Meteoritics and Planetary Science.
  2. Stadermann, A. C., M. R. Zanetti, B. L. Jolliff, H. Hiesinger, C. H. van der Bogert, and C. W. Hamilton (2018). The Age of Lunar Mare Basalts South of the Aristarchus Plateau and Effects of Secondary Craters formed by the Aristarchus Event. Icarus, 309 45–60, doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2018.02.030.
  3. Zanetti, M., A. Stadermann, B. Jolliff, H. Hiesinger, C. H. van der Bogert, and J. Plescia (2017). Evidence for Self-Secondary Cratering of Copernican-Age Continuous Ejecta Deposits on the Moon. Icarus, 298 64–77, doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2017.01.030
  4. Blewett, D. T., A. C. Stadermann, H. C. Susorney, C. M. Ernst, Z. Xiao, N. L. Chabot, B. W. Denevi, S. L. Murchie, F. M. McCubbin, M. J. Kinczyk, J. J. Gillis-Davis, and S. C. Solomon (2016). Analysis of MESSENGER high-resolution images of Mercury’s hollows and implications for hollow formation. JGR-Planets, 121: 9, 1798–1813, doi:10.1002/2016JE005070

Conference Abstracts

  1. Stadermann, A. C., B. L. Jolliff, M. J. Krawczynski, and C. W. Hamilton (2018). Experimental Investigation of Fractionation During Solidificaiton of an Incompatible-Element-Rich Lunar Basalt From Apollo 12. 81st Annual Meeting of The Meteoritical Society # 6271. 
  2. Stadermann, A. C., C. W. Hamilton, and C. D. Neish (2017). Mapping Lunar Impact Melt Around Giordano Bruno Crater. International Association of Volcanology and Chemistry of the Earth’s Interior Conference # 1122.
  3. Stadermann, A. C., M. Krawczynski, B. L. Jolliff, and C. W. Hamilton (2017). Analysis and Experimental Investigation of Apollo Basalt Sample 12032,366-18. Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf. 48, # 2883.
  4. Blewett, D., A. Stadermann, N. Chabot, B. Denevi, C. Ernst, Z. Xiao, and S. Solomon (2015). Mercury’s Hollows: Depths, Estimation of Formation Rates, and the Nature of the Bright Haloes. AGU Fall Meeting 2015, P53A-2096.
  5. Stadermann, A., M. Zanetti, B. Jolliff, and H. Hiesinger (2015). Revisiting the Youngest Mare Basalts on the Moon: Analysis of Primary and Secondary Crater Distributions in the Region South of Aristarchus Crater. Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf. 46, # 1269.
  6. Zanetti, M., A. Stadermann, B. Jolliff, C. van der Bogert, H. Hiesinger, and J. Plescia (2015). Auto-Secondary Cratering vs. Target Property effects on Ejecta Blankets of Copernican Craters: What are the Implications of Age-Dating using Small-Diameter Crater Statistics? Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf. 46, # 1209.
  7. Jolliff, B., S. Lawrence, N. Petro, R. Clegg, A. Stadermann, and M. Zanetti (2015). Science Priorities for Lunar Exploration Missions and Value of Continued LRO Operations for Future Lunar Geoscience. Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf. 46, # 2616.
  8. Zanetti, M., A. Stadermann, B. Jolliff, H. Hiesinger, and C. H. van der Bogert (2015). The Case for Auto-Secondary Craters of Ejecta Blankets using Crater Statistics of Young Lunar Craters. Workshop on Issues in Crater Studies and the Dating of Planetary Surfaces # 9041.
  9. Blewett, D., A. Stadermann, N. Chabot, B. Denevi, C. Ernst, and P. Peplowski (2014). Mercury's Hollows: New Information on Distribution and Morphology from MESSENGER Observations at Low Altitude. AGU Fall Meeting 2014, P13F-07.
  10. Zanetti, M., A. Stadermann, T. Krüger, C. van der Bogert, H. Hiesinger, and B. Jolliff (2014). Mapping Crater Density Variation on Copernican Ejecta Blankets: Evidence for Auto-Secondary Cratering at Tycho and Aristarchus. Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf. 45, # 1528.

"You develop an instant global consciousness, a people orientation, an intense dissatisfaction with the state of the world, and a compulsion to do something about it. From out there on the moon, international politics look so petty." – Edgar Mitchell