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Susan Olmsted Six Physics majors graduated in May 2016.  They include Susan Olmsted, who won the "Outstanding Student in Physics" prize for 2016.   Here she is shown at the Spring 2016 Department Lunch honoring the graduating seniors.  Other graduates include Yujia Wang (red shirt on left), along with  Austin Patrick, Brandon Henard, William Asbury, and Gudmundur Kristjansson (not shown). For more pictures, click here


Pisgah groupTen ETSU Physics/Astronomy  majors/minors participated in a workshop on radio astronomy March 4 - 6, 2016, at the Pisgah Astronomical Research Institute.   Shown left to right: Susan Olmsted, Patrick Kennedy, Thomas Holden Dingus, Hannah Greene, Macon Magno, Joshua Cassels, Nicolas Woo, Katelynn Sobota, Brianne Dunn, Christian Givens. For more information about the Radio Astronomy Workshop, click here. 

Physics major Susan Olmsted presented her Honors thesis March 21, 2016.  Her talk was titled `Star Formation in Ring Galaxies'.Susan Olmsted




 On April 18 Physics major Thomas Holden Dingus presented his Honors thesis `Flickering Analysis of CH Cygni using Kepler Data'.Holden Dingus


 Austin PatrickOn April 25, Physics major Austin Patrick presented his Honors thesis `Photoinduced Electron Transfer and Its Applications'






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