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In our close-knit, vibrant community, faculty and students collaborate to answer fundamental questions about space, time, energy, and force. With undergraduate and graduate programs, students have paid research opportunities, receive focused advising, and achieve academic success in our learning center. Throughout the academic year, faculty, graduate students, and distinguished guests present lectures and colloquiums for physics enthusiasts of all levels.

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Husky Statue

Thursday, January 23 @ 4pm – Fisher Hall, Room 139 Michael Foetisch (Advisors: Dr. Jacek Borysow and Dr. Timothy Eisele) will present “Hydrated Mineral Excavation through Water Jet Comminution"....

1/23 4 pm
Dr. Israel Silber

will give a talk on "Observations of Highly Supercooled Drizzle Over Antarctica: A Unique Event or a Prevalent Phenomenon?" on Tuesday, January 28 at 11:00am in Fisher Hall 138. Abstract:...

1/28 11 am
Climate Challenges and Solutions 2020

Award winning videographer Peter Sinclair presents a stunning multimedia presentation documenting global climate challenges and efforts toward viable solutions. His compelling message and images...

1/29 7 pm
Michigan Tech Research Forum : Distinguished Professor

The next Michigan Tech Research Forum will be Tuesday, April 7, the Memorial Union Ballroom. The event will run from 4:00 to 5:30 p.m. Please join us! Mingle: 4:00 PM Lecture: 4:30...

4/7 4 pm

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