Title: The Search for Supersymmetry at CDF


Supersymmetry is one of the most compelling theories of particle physics that can potentially solve both the Dark Matter problem and tell us about the earliest moments after the Big Bang. The experimental search for supersymmetric particles at Fermilab is alive and well as the detectors and Tevatron continue to produce large amounts of high quality data. In this talk I will describe both why we search for supersymmetry as well as the most recent results from the CDF detector. Many of the lessons learned from the Tevatron are directly applicable as we enter the LHC era.