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Carter, Hachtel and Slack win for best Oral & Poster Presentation at Annual Conference

July 7, 2015—

Three VINSE graduate students received awards at the annual TN-SCORE conference held in Nashville, TN on June 18-19, 2015.

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Award for Vicki Greene

June 10, 2015—Vicki Greene has been selected as one of the winners of the 2015 Inspiring Women in Stem Award from Insight into Diversity Magazine. The winners will be featured in the August 24 issue of the magazine.


Award for Kelly Holley-Bockelmann

June 10, 2015—Kelly Holley-Bockelmann has been selected as one of the winners of the 2015 Inspiring Women in Stem award from Insight into Diversity Magazine. The winners will be featured in the Aug. 24 issue..


Large Hadron Collider turns on "data tap"

June 10, 2015— Large Hadron Collider turns on "data tap". Grad student Andres Delannoy in the middle, undergrad Dylan Teague on the far right, Prof. Will Johns in the back of the crowd.


Latest CMS results make breaking news.

May 13, 2015—Latest CMS results make breaking news.


Fall'12 Graduate School's Dissertation Enhancement Grant awarded to Fabienne Bastien, working with Prof. Stassun on Exoplanet.

May 13, 2015—Fall'12 Graduate School's Dissertation Enhancement Grant awarded to Fabienne Bastien, working with Prof. Stassun on Exoplanet.


Prof. Andreas Berlind awarded NSF CAREER grant.

May 13, 2015—Prof. Andreas Berlind awarded NSF CAREER grant.


Two papers about "the smallest liquid droplets" from the Relativistic Heavy Ion group were accepted in PRL and selected for highlights.

May 13, 2015—Two papers about "the smallest liquid droplets" from the Relativistic Heavy Ion group were accepted in PRL and selected for highlights.


SLACK LECTURE - Freeman Dyson: Four Revolutions and More to Come

May 13, 2015—SLACK LECTURE - Freeman Dyson: Four Revolutions and More to Come
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Freely available online teaching module for Celestial Navigation is developed by Susan Stewart, Erika Grundstrom and Dave Caudell.

May 13, 2015—Freely available online teaching module for Celestial Navigation is developed by Susan Stewart, Erika Grundstrom and Dave Caudell.



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