Brenton Burnett

is a science teacher from Denver, Colorado. Brenton joins the group as a participant in the Department of Energy's Teacher Research Associate Program (TRAC). During the school year he teaches environmental science, biology and physics at Eaglecrest High School in Aurora, Colorado.

Brenton holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Iowa State University and a M.A. in Education from University of Colorado-Boulder. His research experience has varied from integrated circuit fabrication with Cray Research in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin to climate change with the Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research in Boulder, Colorado and the Greenland Ice Sheet Project II in Greenland. Presently, as part of the Cosmic Microwave Background Group, he is part of the design team for GEM.

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