At 23, most young professionals just graduated college and are looking toward the workforce or, if they’re an academic, toward graduate school. Life morphs into a quasi-adulthood filled with confusion and regularly dealing with real-world issues.
And then there’s Sabrina Pasterski.
Sabrina Gonzalez Pasterski hailing from Chicago, Illinois is being seen as the next Einstein or Stephen Hawking thanks to her high accomplishments at the young age of 23.
She started her education at Edison Regional Gifted Center in 1998. At that time, Sabrina’s peers recognized her genius In 2010, she graduated from Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy.
This American physicist was already one of the most well-known physicists in the US and a graduate of Massachusetts Institute of Technology or MIT, class of 2010, where she earned a 5.0 GPA, the highest GPA one can receive. This was recognized by MIT physics department as she received Orloff Scholarship Award in 2013. Recently she’s active in a Ph.D. program at Harvard University.
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