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Join us this Friday (4/19) at 2PM in Berry lounge for our final Research Unplugged of the year! This week’s guest will be Dr. John Blondin, Alumni Distinguished Professor of Physics.

Dr. Blondin has been computing the cosmos for over 20 years, using everything from a laptop to supercomputers. He began his experience in high-performance [...]

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Join us this Friday (2/22) at 2PM in the Berry Lounge for Research Unplugged with Dr. David Haase, Alumni Distinguished Undergraduate Professor of Physics.

David Haase is Professor of Physics. He earned a B.A. in physics and mathematics at Rice University and an M.A. and Ph.D. in physics at Duke University, where he was a J. [...]

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The Phi Beta Kappa Visiting Scholar for this year is Professor Wick Haxton, University of California-Berkeley and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. He will be on campus Thursday and Friday, September 27 and 28.

His public lecture (“The Deaths of Massive Stars”) will be Thursday, September 27 at 7:30 P.M. in Riddick 301 with a [...]

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On June 1, 2012 By

Recent UHP graduate Adam Keith’s undergraduate research experiences netted him an academic publication and an acceptance into a doctoral program at University of Colorado at Boulder. Read more about his story, which was recently featured on the NCSU homepage.

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On 2/3/12, Dr. Beichner joined us to discuss how research has changed the way colleges and universities think about classroom design, and the pedagogy of Physics.

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If you are deaf or hearing-impaired and would like a text version of these Podcasts, please contact Aaron Stoller to request a transcript.

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