Dr. Barthelemy investigates intersectional issues in the lives and career pathways of LGBT+ and other marginalized physicists. This has included a longitudinal qualitative study of the lives of women in physics and astronomy, the experiences of graduate Students of Color in STEM, a climate survey of LGBT+ physicists and more.
Ramón Barthelemy is an assistant professor of physics and astronomy at the University of Utah and a fellow of the American Physical Society. Previous to his faculty position Ramón was a Fulbright Scholar in Finland, a Science Policy Fellow in the U.S. Department of Education and a private sector consultant. His work focuses on the lives, educational experiences, and career paths of marginalized students in physics and STEM. This has included work on LGBT+ people, graduate Students of Color, and women in physics. His work has been recognized with over $1M in National Science Foundation funding. Ramón was the 2020 recipient of the Fulbright Finland Alumni Award, the 2021 recipient of the AAPT Doc Brown Futures award, and the 2022 WEPAN Research award recipient.