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Roger I. Johnson (B.S. 1962, Advisor: J. Winckler)

Among my favorite memories: arranging speakers for our AIP Student Section monthly meetings from among UM physicists; working with excellent lab equipment to make measurements of all kinds; working on John Winckler's projects searching for cosmic rays. More »

Kristine Black (B.S. 1975)

After graduation I received a M.S. in Cell Biology in 1981 and an M.S. in Materials Science in 1983. More »

Richard E. Pontinen, Ph.D. 1962

I got my Ph.D. in Low Temperature Physics with advisor T.M. Sanders. I have been at Hamline University as a Professor for 32 years, and department chair for 22 years. More »

Tim Bornemann (B.S. 1975)

After graduation I attended the U of Illinois - Engineering (M.S.), then U of Michigan and received a Finance Cm.B.A. More »

John Kronholm (B.S. 1963)

I am retired, but was formerly chair of the math/physics/astronomy/engineering/comp sci. department at Minneapolis College (the 2-year school on Hennepin Ave). More »

Steve E. Kahm (B.S. 1975)

George Frier was my favorite professor and I enjoyed our discussion on cloud physics, thunderstorms, lightning, and weather. More »

Carol H. Kern (M.S. 1965, Advisor: W. J. Luyten)

I got my M.S. in Astronomy under advisor W.J. Luyten. After graduation I raised a family and started a community library. More »

Richard Robinett (B.S. 1975)

My experience at the U was that there was excellent teaching and abundant research experiences. More »

Paul Nyhuis (M.S. 1966, Advisor: Freier)

My advisor for my masters in Atmospheric Physics was Professor George Freier. After grad school I went to Inver Hills Community College. More »

Allen Olson (B.S 1976)

After graduation I worked in movie sales. Now I am the Master of Properties of the Texas Ballet Theatre. More »


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