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Student Experiences at Science Conferences

Georgeanna L Heaverley

Mar 2 2017

by Donna Hammer, Director of Education and SPS Advisor

Apr 3 2017

Talha Rehman

Fall Meeting of the APS Division of Nuclear Physics (DNP)

Oct 13 2016

Pavel Shibayev

Conference on Strongly Correlated Topological Insulators: SmB6 and Beyond

Jun 2 2015

Justin Flaherty

American Physical Society March Meeting

Mar 2 2015