Bethel Physics Professors Win National Science Foundation Grants
Bethel professors Nathan Lindquist, Keith Stein, and Chad Hoyt recently won prestigious National Science Foundation (NSF) grants for proposals in chemical imaging, advanced physics education, and fiber laser frequency combs. For a school to earn three NSF grants over one time period is highly unusual, and speaks to the hard work, brilliance, and dedication of Bethel professors. The honor is also a reflection of the outstanding quality of our Department of Physics and Engineering Program.
Learn more about the projects, the grants, and Bethel's unique approach to hands-on research from the grant-earning professors.
Nathan Lindquist is working on new techniques to take high-resolution chemical images. Learn more about the process, student involvement, and Bethel's unique approach to labs.
Keith Stein is producing a series of interactive videos to help students gain lab and research experience. Get Keith's take on the importance of student research and the advantages of Bethel's approach to physics.
Chad Hoyt is building low-cost, high-performance fiber laser frequency combs. Learn about frequency combs and find out how Bethel's been able to get three NSF grants at once—from Chad's perspective.