Joe Nutter

Joe Nutter

Sr. Solution Delivery Analyst

I graduated from Michigan State University in 2015 with Bachelor's degrees in Physics & Economics. As an undergrad, I did research on top quarks with ATLAS at MSU. I did summer internships at Fermilab, where I worked on detector development for a cosmic ray experiment, and at NASA's Suborbital Research and Education Center, where I worked on GIS mapping of wildfire spread. I also spent several semesters TA'ing introductory physics for both majors and non-majors. After graduating, I spent about 3.5 years in the finance department of a consumer bank where I worked on forecasting, modeling, and presenting data, and have spent the last year modeling the US Payments industry for a global consulting firm. I'm not really involved very much with physics anymore, but I think the skills I learned as a physics major have helped me be better at problem solving and organizing my thoughts and am happy to share my perspective on non-traditional career paths for physics undergrads.