Two prestigious awards given to two faculty memebers, a 2011 alumni essay, Laser conference attendance recaps, and more.
Announcing a new faculty member, the Ping-Pong Cannon goes global, student research, student events, alumni stories, and more.
News of our department's three National Science Foundation (NSF) grants and alumni fellowship awards, recent conference presentations and research activities, student successes, our first alumni open house, and more.
Featuring stories about international travel of students, alumni, and faculty, Dr. Peterson's position at NSF as a program director within the Division of Undergraduate Education, Dr. Hoyt's NSF grant to use fiber lasers in advanced lab courses, conference presentations, research updates, and more.
Biomedical emphasis, announcement of future Biomedical Physics major, shares stories of Bethel alumni working in biomedical industry in the Twin Cities. Also study abroad, summer research positions, and more.
Brings you to the coldest place in Minnesota, Dr. Hoyt's AMO laboratory. Looks at career paths of recent graduates and Dr. Beecken's Air Force grant to study charging/discharging of spacecraft, summer 2011 Bethel physics research, and current student internships.
Significant strides forward for the physics department including summer 2010 summer research of several of our students, recent trends and growth of our graduating classes, and the introduction to the physics department's newest professor, Dr. Nathan Lindquist.
Summer research done by current Bethel students and alum, off and on campus, an article on Dr. Peterson's future plans, jokes, and more!
Update from Dr. Peterson including the Bethel Physics and the AAPT Advanced Lab; his summer teaching physics at Daystar University in Nairobi, Kenya, images from the shock tunnel, the ups and downs of quarky research, Bethel and the NASA Space Grant, and more!
Features alumnus Matt Borg, '03) Articles on Mars lander decelerator systems, an update by Dr. Hoyt regarding research in the AMO lab, Dr. Beecken's summer research, and the graduating classes of 2008 and 2009.
This newsletter is a tribute to R.A. Carlsen, with submissions from Dr. Peterson, Frank and Kathryn Meyer, Dr. Greenlee, Dr. Beecken, and Dr. Wetzell.