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Shane Larson, BS 91, has won the Vth Fermilab Physics Slam – a public contest in which scientists are given 10 minutes on stage to explain what the heck they do to over 1000 people in a sold out auditorium. http://www.chicagotribune.com/suburbs/aurora-beacon-news/news/ct-abn-physics-slam-st-1202-20161201-story.html has a Chicago Tribune article about the contest. Shane works at the Adler Planetarium… Continue reading
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OSU Cascades in Bend, Oregon has an opening for a full-time Physics Instructor – the full consideration date is 3/17/2017 but applications will be considered until the position is filled. Please see http://jobs.oregonstate.edu/postings/38999 to apply. Position Information Department Acad Prog / Student Aff (LCB) Position Title Instructor Job Title Instructor –… Continue reading
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At the most recent Astronomy Open House, on February 17th, many tried to reach for the planets? The newly formed OSU Astronomy Club and the Department of Physics hosted the most recent Open House with invited activities by the Corvallis Public Library and the Corvallis Arts Center. The event also featured Tom Carrico of the… Continue reading
The Oregon State University Society of Physics Students (SPS) made a strong showing at the Sigma Pi Sigma Quadrennial Congress, which was held on November 2-6, 2016 in San Francisco. In cooperation with LBCC students and faculty, SPS secured funding to send 1 graduate student and 7 undergraduates from OSU and 3 LBCC students to… Continue reading
Elementary school students at Franklin School, Corvallis, enjoyed the wonders of riding a frictionless craft across the school gymon Thursday night. They alsolearned how to make their own hovercraft using an old cd, andchecked out other “wow” physics demos.Many thanks to the student volunteers from the Department of Physics who gaveover 150 kids a super… Continue reading