Author: Susan Lehman

  • March Meeting ’23 – Student Perspective

    March Meeting ’23 – Student Perspective

    My favorite part about the APS March Meeting was getting to talk to others during the poster sessions, since a lot of people had really interesting research topics. I also really liked the graduate school fair because it helped me learn about my options for grad school. Overall, the meeting was a great chance to…

  • March Meeting 2023 – Vegas!

    March Meeting 2023 – Vegas!

    I recently traveled with four of our REU 2022 alumnae to the American Physical Society Meeting in Las Vegas! I arrived a day later than planned and running low on sleep, so I was rather overwhelmed by the whole atmosphere at the Flamingo casino and hotel where we were staying. Even finding my way out…

  • Wooster Physics alums — Kent Displays Colloquium

    The Physics Department hosted three outstanding alumni for a colloquium on Thursday February 23. Asad Khan ’93, Clinton Braganza ’03, and Nithya Venkataraman ’04 are all from Kent Displays, Inc, makers of the Boogie Board and other flexible liquid crystal displays. They presented technical information about how these cholesteric liquid crystal displays work as well as…

  • Thinking of Teague

    Yesterday, Dr Manz and I went to Lexington, Kentucky to attend the memorial service for Teague Curless.  It was good to gather with Teague’s friends and family so that we could talk about him and remember him, and share our aching hearts with each other. Teague’s family incorporated a lot of physics into the memorial…

  • March Meeting — Guest Blog by Carlos Owusu-Ansah ’21

    I thought the March APS meeting was fantastic. It felt great to present our research findings to people who cared about what Dr. Lindner and I were working on at the College. I attended fun talks about astronomical phenomena and learned many cool things about the evolution of our solar system. It is easy to…