My name is Timothy Willie Ross and I just finished my junior year as a Physics and Astro-Physics major at the University of California, Berkeley. I am currently conducting research in the Astronomy department of UC Berkeley in Alec Filippenko's research group, specifically in the Lick Observatory Supernovae Search. My research is transient astronomy, with my personal roles being observation, data reduction, and management. The goal of the search is to discover new and quickly changing objects in the sky, like supernovae, but also finding tidal disruption events (TDE's). I am looking forward for getting prepared to apply for graduate school when finishing my bachelor degree. I am also a member of my univeristy's marching band, the Cal Band, as well as a member of the university's developmental club Ultimate Frisbee team.