Chris Gregg started as a new Assistant Professor of Geology
Mark Hancock started working with Beverly Smith
as a post-doctoral research scientist
Martin Hendry, an Astronomer from the University of Glasgow,
is visiting ETSU
during Fall 2005 as the Basler Chair of Excellence.
Rico Ignace is the Basler Faculty Fellow for 2005-6.
Martin Hendry and Rico Ignace
before the September 29 Basler Lecture on `How Scotland
Changed the World'.
Martin Hendry's wife Ruth Wilkinson,
Martin Hendry, and Sam Crawford after the Sept 29 Basler lecture.
Ruth, a classical musician, and Sam, an ETSU student, performed
Scottish folk songs during the presentation.
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a larger image.
Lattie Collins retired from the ETSU faculty after 40 years of service.
He will be working part time at ETSU for the next four years as
the pre-med advisor.
- Niall Shanks (Professor, Philosophy Dept; Adjunct Faculty
in Physics, Astronomy, and Geology; Adjunct Faculty in Biology)
has left ETSU for a Distinguished
Faculty position at Wichita State University, Kansas.
Beverly Smith was awarded the 2005
Award in Research
- Beverly Smith presented the College of Arts and Science
Jewell Friend Lecture
August 24, 2005
By chance, Gary Henson,
Don Luttermoser, and Mark Giroux
all arrived at work on Monday September 12, 2005 wearing the same outfit, their
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Infrared Diagnostics of Galaxy Evolution
conference in Pasadena California in November 2005 and presented posters.
- ETSU Physics Majors Kristin Stone and Phil Davis graduated
from ETSU December 2005.
- Physics Majors Amanda Moffett and Sean Mathews graduated
from ETSU May 2006.
Former ETSU Physics Major Rachel Baker (May 2005 graduate)
had a baby boy, Jacob Ivan Horn, November 14, 2005. That's him in
the picture above.
Physics Major Amanda Moffett (center in picture above) was awarded the
2006 Outstanding Senior in Physics Award. The picture above shows
her with department faculty.
Back row, left to right: Faculty members Don Luttermoser
and Mick Whitelaw. Front row: Yongli Gao, Beverly Smith, Amanda Moffett,
Mark Giroux, and Rico Ignace.
- Construction on the Visitor's Center at the
Gray Fossil Site
began in October 2005, and continued throughout the year. For pictures,
- Dept Exec Aide Theresa Marlow left the Dept in Spring 2006,
for a new position in the Student Affairs Office. She was replaced
as Exec Aide by Debbie Starnes.
from the past...
Fall 2004 - Spring 2005
Last updated: 5/22/06 by B. J. Smith.