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College of Arts and Sciences names interim associate dean for research

Students Gaining Physics Research Experience this Summer 

Research programs bring undergraduates to Kansas State University for graduate experience

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

May 9 Science Cafe to be Given by Jackie Beucher, Office of the Astronomical Society of Kansas City, and Eclipse Committee of the American Astronomical Society on the 2017 Total Eclipse Entitled "Darkness at Mid-Day: A Total Eclipse of the Sun"

Physics Club Hosts Local March for Science

Physics employees among those being recognized at 2017 University Support Staff Recognition Ceremony

Bharat Ratra to speak on Tuesday, 4/27, at 7 pm at Shawnee County Public Library in Topeka

Physics Club Organizes March for Science in Manhattan

Caltech's Feynman professor of physics to deliver 2017 Peterson Public Lecture in Physics

The Great American Eclipse of 2017: April 11 lecture, astrophotography class kicks off series of eclipse events

April 9 symposium features work of physics undergraduate researchers in Developing Scholars Program

Total Eclipse of 2017 Featured in April 11 Physics Neff Lecture and Photography Workshop

K-State physics department to host 2017 KS-NE Symposium on 'Imaging and Controlling Ultrafast Dynamics of Atoms, Molecules, and Nanostructures'

Sigma Xi Distinguished Lecture on "The Scientific Quest to Understand hte Origin of Life to be Held April 4

Physics Department Announces Activities for All-University Open House

K-State High Energy Physics Featured in DOE Quarknet Friday Flyer

Physics Professor to Present Lecture Highlighting 2016 Nobel Prize in Physics on Monday, March 13

Kansas State University promotes 76 faculty members, 51 receive tenure: Physics faculty among those promoted

Physics faculty among 35 Kansas State University faculty members granted sabbatical leave

Physics Distinguished Alumni Lecture Presentation by Mars Curiosity Rover Coordinator at NASA Available Online

Colloquium Presentation by Alicia Allbaugh Available Online

Physicists patent detonation technique to mass-produce graphene

Physics Distinguished Alumni Lecture to be Presented by Mars Curiosity Rover Coordinator at NASA on February 7

Ratra to Present at Topeka Science Cafe on January 10