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Physics Department Colloquium
Date: 9/18/2014    Time: 15:00
Location: 7th Floor Keen Building
Special Note: Welcome Party!
Physics student earns life-changing fellowship.

Physics student earns life-changing fellowship.

Physics and math undergraduate Kelly Ann Pawlak was awarded a prestigious three-year scholarship that proves 'life changing.'

Welcome to the Department of Physics!

Keen Building renovation
Keen Building renovation

If you have been anywhere near the Keen Building, you realize that it is undergoing a major facelift, and due to the construction, our students, staff and faculty are experiencing a major diaspora all over the main and southwest campuses until the construction is finished later this spring, and we can all return to our offices. All of this is in the midst of continuing our teaching, research and service activities, the arrival of four new faculty in astrophysics and condensed matter, and the ongoing search for additional nuclear and materials physics hires. As Chair I can say that even with such chaos, the spirit, attitude and energy of our Department is truly amazing.

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Regards from my temporary office in 621 Keen, where even as I type, I can hear the cement drills blasting away!

J. Brooks, Feb. 14, 2014