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by Blake Laing
August 06, 2013
The "Narnia" cluster will provide Southern students experience with high-performance computational physics in classes and in research projects.
by Chris Hansen
June 08, 2012
On June 5, a crowd gathered atop White Oak Mountain to view the transit of Venus
by Krystal Anderson
May 02, 2011
Here are some ways that the Physics Department has promoted recycling and how you can help as well.
April 13, 2011
A brief update on the structural fix to the leak problem. The exterior is nearly complete!
February 18, 2011
This past fall, after completing requirements for a Physics degree, Christa Thompson opted to spend some time abroad at Bogenhofen, Austria with the goal of completing requirements for a major in German. Here is a short report on her experience so far.
February 17, 2011
Fair weather and efficient work crew have the new roof on the area which once housed the second-floor greenhouse.
January 21, 2011
The first of a series of articles using Mathematica to analyze puzzles, authored by Dr. Caviness, has just been published.
by Chris Hansen
January 19, 2011
Taking an optics course was one factor that helped Kelly Krause (Littell) ('08) successfully compete for a job.
by Chris Hansen
January 18, 2011
Gene Stewart has been hired to teach at East Hamilton High School where he did some of his student teaching.
by Chris Hansen
December 06, 2010
Elias graduates from engineering school at the top of his class.
by Ray Hefferlin
November 26, 2010
In Memory of Carl Jansen, alumnus and friend of the department.
by Chris Hansen
September 13, 2010
Physics and Engineering Club hosts a booth at Collegedale's Annual Hobby Derby
August 31, 2010
Enrollment in Physics and Engineering courses at an all time high.
August 31, 2010
The newly approved University Physics course starts with a robust enrollment.
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