VU Physics and Astronomy Colloquium

Friday, May 4, at 3:10 PM in NSC 221. No Refreshments - Spring Picnic Immediately Following the Colloquium!

"Senior Research Project Proposals"

Department of Physics & Astronomy Students

  • Kayla Kutz - “Measurement of Zeeman-Splitting Energies in Ne Using a Fabry-Perot Interferometer”
  • Kevin Miller - “Modeling of Hematite-Magnetite Dissociation and Oxidation”
  • Zach Schut - “The Effect of Strong Magnetostatic Fields on the Decay of Short-Lived Radioactive Nuclei”
  • Yuhan Huo - “Investigation of the Electronic Properties at Variable Low Temperature of Silicon and Germanium Using the Hall Effect”

 

 

All Neils Picnic After Colloquium: 

Kirchoff Park 4:45 PM       Food Starts at 5:30 PM


Science Students and Faculty/Staff Fall Picnic

Each spring we have a picnic for all of the science students and faculty/staff in the Neils Science Center at Kirchoff Park. As can be seen from the map, the park is a short 15 minute walk from the campus. From Neils Science Center, walk to Laporte, take a left, walk to Roosevelt, take a right, and follow Roosevelt until you get to the park. Look for the VU group at one of the pavilions.

There will be: 

  • Good food
  • Games: volleyball, kickball, basketball, Frisbee, or whatever else you bring
  • Plenty of conversation with students, faculty and staff and their families
Encourage everyone to attend! It's a great way to end the semester!