Campus Groups: oSTEM

If you walk into Physics Professor Tim Atherton’s office at the right time of day, you might be lucky enough to see a cascade of rainbows emanating from a small glass award sitting on his windowsill. They represent a particularly apt award for the openly gay physics professor, a subtle nod to the physics of light and an embrace of the LGBTQ community’s rainbow flag. … Continue reading Campus Groups: oSTEM

Welcome back to the blog!

As anyone who participates in research knows, it is very very easy to start with a brilliant idea and end up with a blank page. While the blog over the past two years hasn’t quite been blank, it also hasn’t exactly amounted to a complete project. And, as anyone who participates in research knows, it is very very easy to say “I can do that!” without really thinking … Continue reading Welcome back to the blog!