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Three Professors Named 2004 APS Fellows

Three School of Physics and Astronomy Professors, Marvin Marshak, Alexander Yu. Grosberg and Robert D. Gehrz were named 2004 American Physical Society Fellows. Only 1/2 of 1% of the total APS member More »

Physics Force to Perform Public Show at Northrop

The Original Physics Force will perform a series of shows at Northrop Auditorium on January 10-13, 2005, ending with a free public show on Thursday, January 13th with at 7:00 p.m. More »

2005 REU Applications Now Being Accepted

The application process for the 2005 Research Experience for Undergraduates program is now underway. The deadline for application is February 11, 2005. More »

Applications to Physics Graduate Program Now Being Accepted

The deadline to apply to the Physics Graduate Program is January 15, 2005 (December 15, 2004 for international students). More »

Graduate Student Orientation

The School of Physics and Astronomy welcomes 34 new graduate students for Fall 2004. Orientation for all graduate students begins on August 23, 2004. More »

Qian receives McKnight Presidential Fellows Award

School of Physics and Astronomy Professor Yong-Zhong Qian will receive a McKnight Presidential Fellows Award for 2004. More »

Crowell receives McKnight Presidential Fellows Award

Professor Paul Crowell of the School of Physics and Astronomy will receive a McKnight Presidential Fellows Award for 2004. More »

Celebration to Commemorate Hoff Lu

The School will Celebrate the work and life of Hoff Lu, with a program of speakers and the dedication of a bronze sculpture in his honor on Thursday, June 17, 2004 at 3:00 p.m. in Physics Room 131. More »

REU Program Kicks Off

Everyone is invited to help welcome REU students from around the country at a reception Monday, 7 June from 3:15-4:30 in Room 216. More »

RET program begins June 21

The School of Physics and Astronomy will host high school physics teachers from around the state for the Research Experience for Teachers program (RET). More »


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