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K-State Physics News 

Ratra to Speak at Emporia State on November 20

Distinguished Professor of Physics to Lecture on the Expanding Universe

In the dark about dark energy? K-State physicist presenting non-technical lecture explaining Peebles' 2019 Nobel Prize work on Tuesday, November 5 at 4:30 pm

Scientist to present physics colloquium on Monday, 11/18, highlighting real-time detection and characterization of biological and chemical aerosol particles at a trace level in the atmosphere

Bharat Ratra to speak at Truman State University on October 23

Ratra Quoted in Article About 2019 Nobel Laureate James Peebles

Lincoln Carr to Deliver Peterson General Public Lecture in Physics on Monday, October 7

Astrophysicist , Author, and Science Historian Kennefick to Present Neff Non-Technical Public Lecture September 24

Bharat Ratra to Present Physics Public Lecture at Washington University St. Louis on Saturday, September 14

K-State Professor Receives International Award for Lasting Contributions to Physics Education 
Berg Unlocking the Mysteries of Aerosols

Alumni Startup Reaches Final Round of American Made Solar Prize Competition

Physics Major McLoud Accepts USAF Commission

Alumnae Jackie Spears named interim CEO and dean of K-State Olathe

Bolton appointed to High Energy Physics Advisory Panel 

Matt Berg recipient of Spring 2019 Faculty Development Award

Thumm one of five faculty members named 2019 distinguished professors

Manhattan March for Science

Larry Weaver to Be Recognized at 2019 Faculty & Professional Staff Ceremony on TUESDAY, April 16

Bharat Ratra Featured in India's Research Matters and Deccan Herald Newspaper

2019 K-State physics doctoral graduate receives prestigious international fellowship to conduct research in Spain

Latest Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Faculty Development Workshop

Kansas Astronomical Observers presents Dr. Bharat Ratra at the Great Plains Nature Center on April 20

Balram Kaderiya presents at K-State Graduate Research, Arts, and Discovery (GRAD) Forum

Second faculty development workshop on Scholarship of Teaching and Learning offered March 28

Department Releases 2019 Newsletter

K-State Physics Distinguished Alumni Lecture to Discuss Early K-State Faculty and Local Native Madalyn Avery Who Bridged Physics and the Household

Ratra to Present Non-Technical Lecture on Cosmology at Salina Public Library

Sayre to lead Teaching and Learning Center faculty development workshops this spring