The Regional Chemistry REU Symposium was hosted at Hope College on Friday July 30, with students from University of Notre Dame’s and University of Michigan’s REU programs in attendance. Hope’s Physics research students participated in the symposium and presented their research posters at the afternoon poster session. Here are some pictures from the Symposium.
Sarah Prill, who is working with Paul DeYoung and Graham Peaslee this summer, represented the Physics Department at the annual Summer Undergraduate Research Function (SURF) dinner this past Thursday evening.
On Thursday, the Physics, Engineering, Math, and Computer Science research students participated in the first of two Ethics Workshop sessions for the summer. Professor Mark Pearson, of the Math Department, facilitated. The workshop was based on case studies. Students formed groups to write their own case studies, which will be discussed in the second session […]
Summer Research in the Physics Department has started. The largest group of students will begin their summers of work next week, but there are a few who started this week or earlier. This afternoon, Kevin Krueger, who is working for Graham Peaslee (Chemistry) and Paul DeYoung, was running the accelerator at HIBAL in the basement […]
On Friday, July 31, Nick Wozniak and Alyssa Frey from the Surface Lab and Cam Recknagel from the Microwave Lab traveled to the University of Notre Dame with a group of Chemistry research students to participate in the Science and Engineering Summer Undergraduate Research Symposium. The oral and poster sessions included research students from Notre […]