HPUniverse Day 2016

Approximately 1,000 adults and children from the city of High Point and surrounding communities joined us for our annual public outreach event, HPUniverse Day. Children enjoyed: making comets launching water bottle rockets riding a hovercraft making craters slow motion videos gravity gym infrared camera hunting for exoplanets observing through a telescope

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Society of Physics Students Meeting – September 22

Our meeting began with some good news! Our SGA bill to help with funding for our chapter’s trip to PhysCon in San Francisco this November was successful. PhysCon is a Society of Physics Students sponsored conference that offers opportunities for students to present research and network with other physics students, academics and professionals. Dr Brad […]

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Student’s Research Published in American Journal of Physics

Congratulations to Matthew Carnaghi (’16), Dr. Aaron Titus, and Mr. Jeff Regester. Their research article “The motion of a spring released from uniform circular motion” made the FRONT COVER of this month’s American Journal of Physics. The project was started by Matthew Carnaghi in his freshman research course with Dr. Briana Fiser.  Professor of physics […]

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