Christopher KehayiasRead More
Bo Zhen, Assistant Professor, was announced as one of the recipients of the 2021 Young Investigator Award from the OfficeRead More
The May 2021 edition of APS News features research on "programmable matter" by postdoctoral researchers Sam DillavouRead More
Congratulations to CAS senior Adam Konkol and December graduate Abigail Timmel for being selected as 2021 School of Arts and Sciences Dean's Scholars! This honor is presented annually to students wRead More
Research from department faculty and graduates, past and present, has been selected to be featured by Physical Review B in honor of the journal's 50-year anniversary.Read More
It is incumbent on us all as a global community of scientists to actively participate in the diversification of science, technology, engineering and mathematics by directly and intentionally engaging those groups that are underrepresented in our individual fields.
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The Physics and Astronomy department counts three Nobel prize winners in its family tree.