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Robert Lecky Stone III

13123 Quail Creek Lane, Fairfax, VA 22033, 434-465-1239, rs662a1c@westpost.net

Education Radford University, Radford, VA


Bachelors in Science, Physics
2004 - 2008
Experience
Project Coordinator, August 2008 - Present
Davey Tree Expert Company
*Responsible for ensuring employees meet safety, quality and production goals th
rough continuous communication with workers and quality control
*First point of contact for clients concerning any issues they may have on a pro
ject
*Utilized excel spreadsheets to produce timesheets and production reports
*Visually identified and inspected electrical hardware and non-electrical lines
on utility poles
*Utilized hand-held computers to audit and compile data using GIS software on th
e existence of electrical and joint-use components attached to poles
Physics and Astronomy Teaching Assistant, August 2007 - April 2008
Radford University, Radford, VA
*Prepared experiments for introductory physics and astronomy labs
*Clarified concepts and mathematics of physics
*Assisted professors in managing labs and grading class assignments
NRAO Summer Intern, June 2006 - August 2006
National Radio Astronomy Observatory, Charlottesville, VA
*Performed research on proto-stellar debris disks for the Atacama Large Millimet
er Array
*Studied proto-stellar disk formation and current observational data to produce
simulations of debris disks around stars
*Utilized the Green Bank Telescope (GBT) in West Virginia to observe pulsars and
galaxies
*Presented paper and power point presentation on research
*Presented research poster at the American Astronomical Society Conference in 20
06
Extracurricular
Founding Secretary, October 2005 - April 2008
Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity
*Organized and coordinated chapter events and meetings
*Established nationwide alumni outreach and organized large annual event
*Maintained chapter records and worked to increase efficiency of chapter
operations
President, August 07 - April 2008
Society of Physics Students
*Organized meetings and campus events such as public astronomy nights
*Oversaw operations within the society