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Stan Brodshy (B.S. 1961)

I got my Ph.D. in 1969 under Donald Yennie, followed by a postdoc at Columbia, then Stanford. More »

Earle Kyle (B.S. 1961)

I have fond memories of a bunch of us brainstorming in our American institute of Physics student chapter club room (when I was president) trying to create a block diagram of the human brain so we could design an artificial intelligence computer system (boy were we so naive trying to crack this tough nut) More »

Earle F. Kyle, Jr. (B.S., Physics, 1961)

I am in my fifth year as a NASA/JPL Solar System Ambassador working with school systems to inspire the next generation of space explorers and helping to develop the local economy using space program spin-off technologies. More »

Richard O. Rue (B.S., Physics, 1961)

After graduation, I moved on to the College of Education for a B.S. in 1962. More »

David S. Hanson (M.S., Physics, 1965; B.S., Physics, 1961)

Retirement is great and life is good. More »

Earle Kyle (B.S., Physics, 1961)

The latest news is that I have been asked to help Carnegie Mellon University’s Team Astrobotic compete in the $20 million Google Lunar X-Prize. More »

Richard Rue (B.S., Physics, 1961)

My wife and I are world travelers. More »

Athanasois “Tom” Patitsas (MS, Physics, 1961; BS, E.E., 1958)

Many years have passed since I found myself in a large first year
classroom in Tate Lab of Physics in September of 1954. More »

Earle Kyle (B. Physics, 1961)

I am going into my seventh year as a NASA/JPL Solar System Ambassador More »

Kyle, Earle (B. Physics, 1961)

I am going into my seventh year as a NASA/JPL Solar System Ambassador (SSA) working with school systems, scout troops and civic organizations in Minnesota and upstate New York to increase the number of students pursuing careers in science and technology with the mission to inspire the next generation and women to the planet Mars. More »


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