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Patrick Garrity, Assistant Professor of Physics, has been awarded a research grant from the Louisiana Space Consortium LaSPACE. The grant will fund the Aerospace Catalyst Experience for Students (ACES) project which will begin in the spring semester of 2012.

The CAREER Program offers the NSF's most prestigious awards in support of junior faculty who exemplify the role of teacher-scholars through outstanding research, excellent education and the integration of education and research within the context of the mission of their organizations.

William Walker (Physics) and Whitney Radosti (Physics minor) presented a poster on “Low Speed Gaseous Flow Effects on Nanoscale Metal Films” and William Duhe (Physics) presented a poster on “Cosmology with p-adic Strings” at the LaSPACE annual meeting on November 5, 2011.

Tirthabir Biswas, Asst. Professor in Physics, has been awarded a $35,000 LA Board of Regents "Research Competitiveness Subprogram" grant. He will conduct research on "Numerical Explorations of the Cyclic Inflationary Model of the Early Universe.

Holly Gardner, a graduating physics senior, was awarded the prestigious presidential scholarship from George Mason University. Gardner minored in mathematics and computational science.

Asst. Prof. Patrick Garrity has been awarded a research grant from the LA Board of Regents' Pilot Funding for New Research (Pfund) program

Patrick Garrity, Asst. Professor of Physics, has received the Marquette Fellowship for the Summer 2011 to work on his research project "Validation of a Novel Experimental Technique on a Semiconducting Material".

Emily Drabek (Physics'09) received a scholarship to join a PhD program at the University of Exeter in UK. Her research interest will be in astrophsics and especially stellar formation.

Martin McHugh, Assoc. Professor fo Physics, was awarded a $3,500 Princeton University Library Research Grant. He will use the funds to continue his research into the life and work of the physicist Robert Dicke.

College celebrates 144 years of service to Loyola of three long-time members of Physics Department


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