Brad Johnson, WWU Physics Department Chair
on the 2013 Nobel Prize in Physics
Ryan Wilson, the Joint Quantum Insititue at the National Institute of Standards and Technology and the University of Maryland
"Exploring Quantum Many-Body Physics with Cold Dipolar Atoms"
John Blakeslee, Washington State University and Herzberg Institute of Astrophysics at University of Victoria, BC
"Dark Matter and Light: Globular Star Clusters as Structure Formation Tracers"
Natasha Holmes, University of British Columbia
"Making Comparisons: A Strategy for Teaching Critical Thinking in a First Year Physics Laboratory"
Bob Camley, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs
"Magnonics: The Science of Spin Waves"
Sarah Greenstreet, University of British Columbia and WWU Physics alumna
"Near-Earth Asteroid Population Model: Surprises in the Inner Solar System"
Miriam Deutsch, University of Oregon
"Nanostructured, Disordered Silver Films: Shedding New Light on an Old Material"
Kat Barger, University of Wisconsin
and WWU Physics alumna
"Understanding the Evolution of the Magellanic System through Tidal Debris: Characterizing the Magellanic Bridge
Joseph Kennedy, University of Alaska, Fairbanks and WWU Physics alumnus
"Exploring the Relation Between Crystal Fabric and Climate History in an Ice-Core Record"
Ben Hillman, University of Washington and WWU Physics alumnus
"Evaluation of Clouds in Climate Models Using Instrument Simulators"
Miguel Morales, University of Washington
Stamatis Vokos, Seattle Pacific University
"A Call To Action: Findings and Recommendations of the National Task Force on Teacher Education in Physics"
Pauline Barmby, University of Western Ontario
"The Story of a Space Telescope"
Western Washington University