We would like to congratulate the following Physics students :
Brad DeShano earned the inaugural College of the Sciences Student of Distinction from Physics. He is graduating this spring with a B.S. in Physics and will be entering the graduate program in electro-optics at Dayton University.
Mark McKnight received the College of the Sciences Dean's Award at this year's Evening of Recognition. He is graduating this spring with a B.S. in Physics.
Thank you both for being an integral part of our department over the years. Best of luck on your future endeavors!
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