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  • Science Complex - Fountain and Physics Building
    Photo By: Jessica Troy, Elementary Ed. iSTEM Major (Class of 2017)

  • Paul S. Hiack Planetarium
    Photo By: Jessica Troy, Elementary Ed. iSTEM Major (Class of 2017)

  • Students Working in Introductory Physics Lab
    Photo By: Jessica Troy, Elementary Ed. iSTEM Major (Class of 2017)

  • Students Working in Introductory Physics Lab with Dr. Dave McGee
    Photo By: Jessica Troy, Elementary Ed. iSTEM Major (Class of 2017)

  • Dr. Nate Magee and students in the cloud microphysics lab.
    Photo By: Don Hamerman

  • Dr. Tuan Nguyen's biophysics lab.
    Photo By: Don Hamerman

  • Astronomy students and Drs. Wiita and Wickramasinghe in the observatory.
    Photo By: Don Hamerman

  • Dr. Danielle Dalafave teaching in a lab.
    Photo By: Don Hamerman

News / Announcements

Women in Science

Five Physics majors, Marianna Caruso-Gilbert, Raha Ghassemi, Sanaa Mansoor, Kellie Olear and Ariel Omiunu attended the Conference of Undergraduate Women in Physics held from January 16-19th at Stony Brook University. Click here for more information.Continue Reading

Dr. Beth Cunningham, Head of the Americans Association of Physics Teachers, to Speak on March 20th

Dr. Cunningham, AAPT Executive Officer will talk about  “Building Better (and More) Physics Educators” on Thursday March 20th at 11:30 AM in SCP-117.  The abstract of her presentation is: The American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT) has as its mission to enhance the understanding and appreciation of physics through teaching.  One of the primary activitiesContinue Reading

AAS National Harbor Conference

Four Physics students presented posters at the American Astronomical Meeting held at National Harbor, Maryland, from Jan 6th-10th, 2014.  Dr. Paul Wiita was accompanied by four seniors to the annual AAS meeting where all presented posters.  Mitchell Revalski and Dawid Nowak presented work they did with Dr. Wiita last summer on “Investigating Active Galactic NucleiContinue Reading

2013 Independent Research Presentations

For a list of the 2013 independent research presentationsContinue Reading

Volleyball Game 2013: Freshman vs. Uppercalssmen

Continuing a fall tradition, Physics freshmen played several volleyball games, among themselves and against several upperclassmen and a couple of brave faculty members.  All the games were close but the final freshman team can bask in their victory over the “rest of physics” team.

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