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Physics graduate student Tyler Parsotan explains the science of a Solar Eclipse in this How-To video. Tyler is President of the Oregon State Astronomy Club and is working with schools and libraries on information about the Eclipse on August 21, 2017. Tyler’s explanation is about 2:00 in the video.
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Bethany Matthews has been awarded the Ben and Elaine Whiteley Endowment for Materials Research Fellowship. This endowment, established in 2007, provides support for materials research in the College of Science. Ms. Matthews is a fourth-year PhD student working with Prof. Janet Tate. Her research involves the design, synthesis, and characterization of thin film semiconductors for… Continue reading
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Fourth year graduate student Nicole Quist has been chosen as a member of the United States Delegation for the sixth International Conference on Women in Physics. As a member of the delegation, she is involved in writing the conference proceedings paper for the United States and creating the national poster which focus on the statu… Continue reading
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Physics students and faculty have received a total of 7 SURE Science Awards. The SURE Science Awards support an undergraduate student for a summer of research in a faculty member’s lab. our student and faculty awardees are: Cassandra Hatcher (Physics) in the Lazzati Group Garret Jepson (Physics) in the Schneider Group Michelle Zhou (Physics) in… Continue reading
Bethany Matthews, a 4th-year graduate student in Prof. Janet Tate’s lab, has won a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Science Graduate Student Research Award. The award is for the proposed research project, Microscopy Analysis of Metastable Heterostructural Alloys with Anomalous Piezoelectric Response, to be conducted at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) in… Continue reading
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