Articles from December 2022

Georg Hospodarsky presents at Kirkwood Center

Hospodarsky Speaks to 7th Graders at Kirkwood Center

Research Scientist/Engineer George Hospodarsky gave six presentations about space physics to 120 7th graders on Dec. 19 at the Kirkwood Linn County Regional Center in Hiawatha.
2022_12_17 CLAS Commencement

Congratulations Fall 2022 Graduates!

Several students in the Department of Physics and Astronomy were candidates for degrees at Fall Commencement ceremonies Dec. 16-17. 

Uppu Awarded Early Career Scholars Grant

Assistant Professor Ravitej Uppu has been awarded $30,000 from the Office of the Vice President for Research's Early Career Scholars program for a project titled “Pushing the frontiers of spectroscopy with quantum entangled photons.”

Henderson Wins Pierazzo Travel Award

Graduate Student Sarah Henderson has won the highly competitive 2023 Pierazzo International Student Travel Award for a U.S. graduate student going to a planetary-related conference outside of the U.S.
 Prof. Fred Skiff speaking

Skiff Awarded Interdisciplinary Research Grant

Professor Fred Skiff will receive an Interdisciplinary Research Grant (IDRG) from the Obermann Center for Advanced Studies for his project, “Flame Sonification and Flame-based Audio Effect Processing.”