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This Week

Monday, September 18

Nuts & Bolts, 1:30 pm, CW 119

PER Discussion Session led by Ginny Coghlan, K-State PER on Core Skills for Effective Science Communication: A Teaching Resource for Undergraduate Science Education by L. Mercer-Mapstone & L. Kuchel2:30 pm, CW 119

Colloquium by Daniel Rolles, K-State AMO Physics  (How to Make a Molecular Movie), 4:30 pm, CW 102 

Tuesday, September 19

Colloquium by Yurii Maravin, K-State  HEP (K-State at the Energy Frontier), 4:30 pm, CW 102 

Wednesday, September 20

AMO Seminar by Farzaneh Ziaee, K-State AMO Physics (Time-resolved ion and electron imaging to study UV-induced dynamics in gas phase CH2IBr and CH3I), 1:30 pm, CW 144

HEP Seminar by Doyeong Kim, K-State HEP (TBA), 1:30 pm, CW 119

Friday, September 22

Condensed Matter Seminar by James Edgar, K-State Chemistry (The Weird and Wonderful World of Boron Compounds), 1:30 pm, CW 119

DOE Faculty Meeting, 1:30 pm, CW 220


Physics Neff Lecture by Michael Ranney highlighting climate change understanding now available online

Graduate Research Assistant Nandana Weliweriya Liyanage named a K-State Alumni Association 2017 International Student Scholar 

NSF grant funds university study of professional development tool for physicists

Physics Graduate Student Invited as Featured Speaker at Department of Defense Meeting

University researchers contribute to DUNE, the world's biggest neutrino experiment

College of Arts and Sciences names interim associate dean for research

Physicists create 'molecular black hole' using ultra-intense X-ray pulses

Physics Professor Tim Bolton among Faculty Stars named for College of Arts and Sciences

Kansas State University student from Overland Park a 2017 Cargill Global Scholar

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