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Clark E. Johnson, Jr. (B.S., Physics, 1950; M.S., E.E., 1961)

Physics at the University of Minnesota at that time was focused on nuclear physics, but my interest was in solid-state phenomena. More »

Sean A. Bryan (B.S., Physics, 2006)

I did undergraduate research in Shaul Hanany‚Äôs observational cosmology group. More »

Jacob D. Haqq-Misra (B.S., Astrophysics, 2005)

I am currently working on my Ph.D. in meteorology and astrobiology at Penn State University with my advisors Jim Kasting and Sukyoung Lee. More »

Hassib Amin (Ph.D., Physics, 2003; B.S., Physics, 1998)

I have been working at Seagate Technology for 3.5 years as a senior electrical integration engineer. More »

Luke A. Corwin (B.S., Physics, 2003)

I am a graduate student in Physics at the Ohio State University. More »

John D. Hoekman (B.S., Physics, 2002)

After graduation I moved into biophysics. I worked as a lab tech in the Biochemistry Department at the University of Minnesota for two years. More »

Byron K. Freelon (Ph.D., Physics, 2001)

I recently received the first Morehouse Physics Prize. More »

John W. Pint (B.S., Physics, 2001)

I am working as an intellectual property attorney, both patent and trademark prosecution and intellectual property litigation, at Proskauer Rose LLP in Boston, MA. More »

Usman Suriono (Ph.D., Physics, 1999; B.S., Physics, 1993)

I have been working for six years at Polar Semiconductor Inc. as principle modeling engineer in Bloomington, MN.

Heather Sykora (Banbury) (B.S. Astrophysics 1999; M.S., Aerospace Engineering 2002)

After graduating, I accepted a job with Northrop Grumman Corp. in San Diego as an Aerospace Engineer (level E2). More »

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