Does a radio wave broadcasted from a moving airplane move faster than broadcasted from a standstill? Is there a finite speed for radio waves and can that speed be slowed or speeded up?
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The Association for Women in Science (AWIS), which champions the interests of women in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics across all disciplines and employment sectors.
Registration is now open for the Certificate in Entrepreneurship and Management program.
Upcoming deadlines in December
We are seeking outstanding candidates for a number of 2015 summer internships in Los Alamos, New Mexico
You can now view David Webber's slides on From Muons and Neutrinos to Big Data and The Internet of Things.
The submission deadline for weSTEM 2015, GradSWE's flagship conference, is quickly approaching!
Join BGSA for their next monthly brown bag. There will be two featured graduate students presenting current research and thesis work.
The third Versatile PhD panel of the year explores options for research careers in government settings.
Bryan Hibbs, director for Business Transformation - Commercial at Archer Daniels Midland (ADM), will discuss both his own career path and the skills and attitudes that ADM looks for when hiring.
A list of graduate student fellowship opportunities with upcoming deadlines.
Nov. 14 is the last day to drop a class without a grade of "W"!
All physics graduate students looking for research positions are welcome to attend the research presentations by Profs. Tony Leggett, Ting Lu, and Jim Eckstein this Friday, Nov. 14, in Rm. 144 Loomis.
Information about a Spring 2015 TA opportunity in Phys 280: Nuclear Weapons, Nuclear War, and Arms Control
Physics 598 course on "Communicating Physics Research" (Phys 598 PEN) will be offered again in Spring 2015 for grad students interested in improving scientific presentation and/or writing skills, or who need help with a prelim or journal paper project.
All physics graduate students looking for research positions are welcome to attend the research presentations by Profs. Liang Yang, Cecilia Leal, and Jeffrey Filippini this Friday, Nov. 7, in Rm. 144 Loomis.
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