- Wednesday, November 9 at 5 pm in CF 125
Miriam Deutsch, University of Oregon
"Nanostructured, Disordered Silver Films: Shedding New Light on an Old Material"
- Thursday, January 5 at 4 pm in CF 105
Kat Barger, University of Wisconsin
and WWU Physics BS alumna
"Understanding the Evolution of the Magellanic System through Tidal Debris: Characterizing the Magellanic Bridge
- Thursday, October 21 at 4 pm in CF 420
Joseph Kennedy, University of Alaska, Fairbanks
(WWU Physics BS, 2008)
"Exploring the Relation Between Crystal Fabric and Climate History in an Ice-Core Record"
- Wednesday, December 1 at 4 pm in CF 420
Ben Hillman, University of Washington
(WWU Physics BS, 2008)
"Evaluation of Clouds in Climate Models Using Instrument Simulators"
- Thursday, February 10 at 4 pm in CF 420
Miguel Morales, University of Washington
- Thursday, April 14 at 4 pm in CF 316
Stamatis Vokos, Seattle Pacific University
"A Call To Action: Findings and Recommendations of the National Task Force on Teacher Education in Physics"
- Friday, April 29 at 11 am in CF 316
Pauline Barmby, University of Western Ontario
"The Story of a Space Telescope"
- Thursday, October 15 at 4 pm in CF 420
Jim Vyvyan, WWU Chemistry
"Strategies for Success in Undergraduate Research"
- Friday, November 6 at noon in CF 231
George Skidmore, DRS Infrared Technologies
(WWU Physics BA, 1993)
"Microbolometers for Infrared Imaging"
- Friday, Deccember 4 at noon in CF 231
Amy Robertson, University of Washington
"Student and Teacher Understanding of the Particulate Nature of Matter"
- Thursday, April 22 at 4 pm in CF 125
Ted Bunn, University of Richmond
"Listening to the Big Bang"
- Thursday, March 11 at 4 pm
Ruth Velasco-Schmitz, physicist in oncology at UW School of Medicine
"Medical Physics - an Introduction with Focus on Radiotherapy"
- Thursday, May 7
Markus Raschke, University of Washington
"Optical Antennas for Spatio-temporal Imaging and Spectroscopy on the Nanoscale"
- Tuesday, May 26
Jill Bellovary, University of Washington
"The Role of Supermassive Black Hole Feedback in Galaxy Formation and Evolution"
- Monday, June 1
Leah Courtland, University of South Florida
(WWU Physics BS, 2005)
"Into the Cone: A Ground Penetrating Radar Investigation of Near Vent Processes at Cerro Negro Volcano"
Western Washington University