21st Annual CWRU Physics Department Pumpkin Drop!
Wednesday October 26th @ 12:30pm
Outside Strosacker Auditorium.
See what’s new in the Case Physics Department.
Click the link to see the Senior Project Symposium Schedule
April 30 – May 1, 2013
CONGRATULATIONS ANDREW RICHENDERFER!!!!
Andrew won 2nd prize in the Kelly Scientific sponsored
Future Scientist Scholarship contest
Andrew is a Case Western Reserve alumni and is working with the Physics department this summer.
We will have copies of Andrew’s essay; Bioplastics: Implants Leading to Faster Recovery, available in the office.
All Kelly Scientific employees are invited, along with your manager, to stop by Monday, August 6th between 8am and 10am (Crawford Hall, Suite 318) for our Open House, donuts will be provided.
BYOC (bring your own coffee)
Faculty, Staff, Students, Friends & Family
You are invited to our annual picnic. We will have plenty of good food and play lots of games including volleyball, softball, frisbee, corn-hole, etc., etc.
Let’s make this the largest turn-out in the past 13 years!
Clarke Tower Pavilion (alternate site Leutner Pavilion). Clarke Tower is off of Mistletoe Drive by the Mather Park Softball Field.
Please join us in bidding farewell to Susan Rischar on Friday, November 5 at 12:30 – 2:00 p.m. She worked as the Department Assistant for almost five years and will be dearly missed!
COME AND ENJOY SOME GOOD FOOD AND MEET OUR NEW FACULTY, POSTDOCS AND GRAD STUDENTS
WHEN: September 27, 2010
WHERE: Nord Hall – Room 310
TIME: 3:30 – 5:30 p.m.
By invitation only. Please RSVP to Betty Gaffney (email@example.com)
Case Western Reserve University is pleased to announce that Bryan Weinstein,
Department of Physics’ student, is the recipient of the 2010 Aerospace States
Association’s Rockwell Collin Scholarship.
Weinstein will receive the $1500 scholarship in a ceremony on Friday,
September 24 at 12:30 p.m. at the Rockefeller Building, Room 221
Weinstein is majoring in Engineering Physics with a concentration in Aerospace
Engineering. He is extremely interested in propulsion systems for rockets and
space vehicles; plasmadynamics and electrical propulsion. His passions have
been cultivated by extensive reading of books and scientific publication in
addition to a lifelong interest in space-exploration.
To fulfill its mission to “support and develop initiatives that significantly enhance
student and teacher education in space and aeronautic,” the ASA awards two
annual scholarships to students pursuing an aerospace-related education: The
Rockwell Collins scholarship and the Edward O’Connor scholarship. Applicants
are judged on a variety of criteria including community and school-related
activities, grade point average and field of study.