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Calvin is a fifth-year PhD candidate in the Department of Physics. His research focuses on the experimental implementation of novel quantum sensing techniques, specifically for the purpose of looking at magnetic fluctuations in strongly correlated materials. He first became engaged with the Sheridan Center through the Sheridan Teaching Seminar and later again through the Decolonization in STEM reading group. He has served as a Teaching Consultant and designed a course on learning physics through large scale failures in the field that he taught as part of the Summer@Brown Pre-College program. Before coming to Brown, he earned his B.A. in physics with a minor in French from Clark University.