Archive | February 2, 2011

Spread the Red Education Day

A total of 6,109 students in grades 3-6 from all Bowling Green and Warren County elementary schools attended the Feb. 2 Spread the Red Education Day Game. A crowd of 7,094 at Diddle Arena saw the Lady Toppers defeat South Alabama 56-41. (WKU photos by Clinton Lewis)

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Physics major receives scholarship for project at NOVA Center

Tara A. Wink, a physics major from Bowling Green, has received a $1,000 scholarship toward her tuition and work on a research project at the WKU Nondestructive Analysis (NOVA) Center. Wink will work under the direction of Dr. Edward Kintzel, NOVA Center director and assistant professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy. Wink is […]

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WKU NOVA Center’s impact as national research facility focus of March event

WKU’s Nondestructive Analysis (NOVA) Center’s impact as a national research facility will be on display during a conference in March. The center and its $2.7 million large-chamber scanning electron microscope (LCSEM) will be featured March 10-11 during the NOVA Center Conference. (Click here for conference agenda and speakers.) “The acquisition of the large-chamber scanning electron […]

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Newsletters

Here are links to the latest campus and departmental newsletters: Department of Physics and Astronomy College of Health and Human Services Small Business Development Center

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WKU Physics Olympics set for Feb. 26

Power Puzzle is the theme for the 2011 WKU Physics Olympics on Feb. 26. Teams from six area high schools are expected to participate in the half-day competition that consists of a pentathlon of challenging problem-solving activities that reward teamwork, creativity and communication. The competition is sponsored by the Department of Physics & Astronomy. This […]

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