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2007 Ashley L. Nord

Ashley's research interests at this point are still very broad. She is interested in astrophysics and elementary particle physics. She will be spending the summer of 2007 at the Institute for Astrophysics in Hawaii studying the physics of star formation and evolution. Ashley plans to use her degree to attend graduate school in physics. She is orginally from Rapid City, South Dakota.

Craig Muckenhirn

2007 Craig J. Muckenhirn

Craig is still undecided about field of physics in which he would utlimately like to work. He plans to use his degree to pursue a Masters and Ph.D. in physics. He hopes to one day become a professor of physics. Criag is originally from Detroit Lakes, Minnesota.

David Toyli and Kay Blair

2007 David Toyli

David Toyli was the recipient of the 2007 Blair Scholarship. David is currently working in Professor Paul Crowell's Spintronics laboratory. He plans to continue doing research in Semiconductor Spintronics, but is undecided what he will do with this degree after graduation. David is originally from Plymouth, Minnesota.

Nic Eggert

2007 Nicholas S. Eggert

Nic Eggert was one of the recipients of the Alfred O. C. Nier Scholarship for 2007. Last summer he worked in condensed matter with Professor Zudov, and this summer he is working at CERN in Geneva with Professor Rusack on the Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS). He plans to use his physics degree to pursue a Ph.D.> He would eventually like to work in research at a university. Eggert is originally from Iron Ridge, Wiscconsin.

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