Author: Niklas Manz

  • CUWiP 2023 at Penn State

    The Conferences for Undergraduate Women in Physics (CUWiP) was an incredible experience! Ten Wooster students had the opportunity to go to the conference at Pennsylvania State University. We enjoyed learning about the wide range of professions we can pursue with a physics degree, hear about different research topics in various fields of physics, and listening…

  • Compton Generator

    Recently, we became aware that Arthur Holly Compton built an experiment to demonstrate Earth’s spin, while an undergraduate student at the University of Wooster. John Lindner explained Compton’s device in a blog post.

  • Successful Fall 2022 EGLS meeting

    Two students who participated in The College of Wooster’s 2022 Research Experience for Undergraduates summer program earned awards for their research at a recent regional meeting of the American Physical Society (APS). Read more on Wooster News.

  • PhysCon 2022

    Every four years, the Society of Physics Students (SPS) and Sigma Pi Sigma organizes the Physics Congress meeting (PhysCon). It is the largest gathering of undergraduate physics students in the US, and PhysCon 2022, held in Washington D.C. on October 6-8, absolutely lived up to our expectations! The Omni Shoreham hotel, was a beautiful location. It had…

  • Groundhog in the fume hood

    A groundhog visited Taylor Hall on July 6.See Paul Bonvallet’s Twitter post and the August 8 report in C&EN.