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High Point University’s physics students and professor travel to Andes Mountains to do research

Two High Point University physics students have returned from Chile with an unprecedented experience under their belt and plans to publish their finding in a peer-reviewed publication. Rising seniors Thomas Boudreaux and Kyle Corcoran joined Dr. Brad Barlow, assistant professor of astrophysics, on his fourth trip with HPU students to the Andes Mountains to observe stars with the CTIO/SMARTS 0.9-meter ...

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Danielle Del Sol, alumna of Tulane University, is named head of the Preservation Resource Center of New Orleans

Following a six-month national search, the Preservation Resource Center of New Orleans has selected Danielle Del Sol to lead the historic preservation and economic development organization. Del Sol is an alumna of the Tulane School of Architecture Master of Preservation Studies program and currently teaches as an adjunct lecturer. Before her selection, Del Sol was editor of the PRC’s acclaimed ...

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Zipeng Li of Duke University wins the Chinese Government Award for Outstanding Self-Financed Students Abroad

Zipeng Li, a recent doctoral graduate from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, has won the Chinese Government Award for Outstanding Self-Financed Students Abroad. Li’s research in the laboratory of Krishnendu Chakrabarty, chair and professor of electrical and computer engineering, has focused on microfluidic biochips. His work has helped advance the technology through breakthroughs in design automation, optimization and ...

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Wake Forest’s recent graduate Angela Harper receives the 2017 LeRoy Apker Award for physics

The American Physical Society awarded Angela Harper the 2017 LeRoy Apker Award, which recognizes outstanding achievements in physics by undergraduate students, and provides encouragement to young physicists who have demonstrated great potential for future scientific accomplishment. Two awards are presented each year, one to a student from a Ph.D. granting institution, and one to a student from a non-Ph.D. granting ...

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Daniela Deu from the University of Miami believes architecture can change the world

Daniela Deu spent a great deal of her childhood crisscrossing Europe. Born in the United States but raised in the small municipality of Andorra, located between France and Spain, Deu visited many cities as she competed in ice skating tournaments. Each city offered her a window into people’s lives, how they lived, worked, where they ate, where they played. She ...

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