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Graduation Reception

Faculty, staff and students are invited to congratulate School of Physics and Astronomy graduates at the Graduation Reception. The party starts at 4:30 p.m. in 216 physics on Friday, May 9. Refreshments will be served.

Kakalios on NPR

Prof. James Kakalios will be on National Public Radio's Talk of the Nation on Monday, May 5 at 2:30 PM. More »

Humphreys receives award

Prof. Roberta Humphreys received the 2008 Mullen/Spector/Truax Women's Leadership Award. More »

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QuarkNet at CERN

A University of Minnesota QuarkNet team from Centennial Senior High School was one of six chosen from the United States to travel to Geneva, Switzerland (CERN). More »

QuarkNet accepting applications

Applications are now being accepted for the summer 2008 QuarkNet program. Deadline for application is April 4, 2008. More »

QuarkNet is a five-day workshop for physical science teachers designed to help bring the world of particle physics into high schools.

Undergraduate Scholarships

Applications are now being taken for Undergraduate Scholarships for 2008-2009. Deadline for application is March 28, 2008. More »

Eighth CQCD Workshop

The Fine Theoretical Physics Institute (FTPI) will sponsor the Eighth Workshop on Continuous Advances in QCD, from May 15-18 on the Minneapolis Campus of the University of Minnesota. More »

Quantum Magnetism Workshop

May 2-4, 2008 sponsored by FTPI. More »

QuarkNet now accepting applications

Applications are now being accepted for the summer 2008 QuarkNet program. Deadline for application is April 4, 2008. More »

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Bardeen honored with stamp

A stamp bearing the likeness of the late physicist John Bardeen will be issued on March 6th 2008 by the United States Postal Service. John Bardeen, the first person to win two Nobel prizes in the same field, was an assistant professor at the University of Minnesota from 1938-1941. More »


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