Once again time for the Spring Symposium in the Department of Physics and Astronomy. There are 12 presentations to be given by out students. the keynote speaker is James B. Roberto, Director of Strategic Capabilities at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. He will speak on The Search for Superheavy Elements: Expanding the periodic Table and Exploring the "Island of Stability".
Each year the student presentations that are judged by the faculty and the top three students are awarded small cash prizes and are recognized at the department honors banquet on April 7. An update will be forthcoming on the winners and their presentations.