Join environmental science educator Amy Osborne as she speaks about "Not Quite Frozen: Ectotherms in Antarctica," at 7:00 p.m., Thursday, December 12th, in Selby 150. This fall, Amy joined a research team on the icy continent of Antarctica to study the impact of ocean temperature changes on the lives of marine ectotherms like sea spiders a
Dr. Mark Thomson, Professor of Physical Science at Ferris State University in Michigan, will lead an interactive discussion about the natural and sociological disaster of Hurricane Katrina, at 8:00 p.m., Wednesday, December 11th, in the Alma McDonough Auditorium. Hurricane Katrina impacted the U.S. Gulf Coast in the fall of 2005.
Dr. Harrison Potter ’08, Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Marietta College, will present “The Precession in the Perihelion of the Orbit of Mercury,” at noon, Friday, February 15th, in Bartlett 166. Dr. Potter's presentation is part of the College's spring Physics Colloquium.
Marietta College's Physics Department has chosen "The Voyager Encounters" for the February 1st Physics Colloquium in recognition of Voyager 2 leaving the solar system on November 5, 2018. The show will be held at noon, Friday, February 1st at the Anderson Hancock Planetarium. It is free and open to the public.
Dr. Martin Weinhous of Cleveland State University will present “Medical Physics: A Brief Discussion of the History, Profession, Science & Practice,” at noon, Friday, January 18th, in Bartlett 166. Dr. Weinhous' presentation will kick off the spring semester of the College's Physics Colloquium.
Second-year Physician Assistant Studies student Madison Hexter is presenting her capstone project, "Tuberculosis Screening in HIV Coinfection," from 11:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m., Friday, May 4th, in Room 116 of the Physician Assistant Building.