PHENIX research highlighted by DOE Office of Science
September 10, 2018—Research from the PHENIX collaboration, for which Professor Julia Velkovska serves as spokesperson, is the DOE's Office of Science highlight for Sept 4.
Vanderbilt’s new Data Science Institute Launched
September 10, 2018—It is co-directed by Prof. Andreas Berlind.
Keivan Stassun honored with a Presidential Award
June 26, 2018—Keivan Stassun, Stevenson Professor of Physics & Astronomy, is honored today with a Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics & Engineering Mentoring at a White House ceremony. The press release below also notes that Vanderbilt’s Center for Science Outreach is separately being honored for its organizational mentoring programs.
Prof. Julia Velkovska and Prof. Marta Verweij interviews at Quark Matter 2018
May 17, 2018—
The links below show the interviews with professors Julia Velkovska and Marta Verweij about what is new and exciting from the PHENIX and the CMS collaborations at Quark Matter 2018 in Venezia, Italy.
David Weintraub’s new book generates good publicity
NSF Graduate Research Fellowship for Savanna Starko
May 9, 2018—NSF awarded 2000 fellowships this year across all disciplines and Savanna was one of seventeen recipients at Vanderbilt. Congratulations to her and her mentor, Professor Alfredo Gurrola.
NASA mission uses VU-developed map
May 9, 2018—Professor Keivan Stassun’s research in MyVU after the successful launch of TESS (Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite). » Read more.
Video about Prof. Weintraub
May 9, 2018—Vanderbilt’s facebook page is currently highlighting the story of undergraduate senior Allie Doten, who has a passion for science communications that was inspired in part by her experiences in Professor David Weintraub’s intro astronomy class. » Read more.
Marta Verweij paper in PRL
May 9, 2018—A CMS analysis effort led by our new colleague Marta Verweij was just highlighted in PRL. » Read more.
Wired.com article recommending VU's online course in Celestial Navigation
May 9, 2018—There is a nice article on Wired.com
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