MSc Candidate Joseph D’Amico
The Guelph Physics live stream autumn series continues Tuesday November 30th at 7:00 pm EST with a chat about the strange science of perspiration, and other curious stories told in science journalism. Our guests are Guelph Physics alum Sarah Everts and Dr. Joanne O’Meara. https://youtu.be/Oh1H7cRfDOE
Teachers come and engage your students with STEM concepts! Have you ever wondered how things work? How space travel is possible? Why some things float and other things sink? How we generate electricity? How sound travels? Let’s discover the answers together! Our undergraduate physics students, with guidance from professors Dr. Joanne O’Meara and the Great Orbax, have designed an online program for students in grades 6-8, as well as community youth groups.
Check out our Star Gazing Guide!
This is the best time to ask us questions about graduate school! For the second portion, Physics faculty members will provide short presentations. 4:00 - 4:30 PM Question & Answer Panel Discussion Opportunity for students to ask questions about the application process, what researchers are looking for in terms of potential graduate students, etc.
The Guelph Physics live stream autumn series continues Wednesday October 20th at 7:00 pm EDT with a discussion about Outer Space, and our role in its exploration! Our guests are Guelph Physics alum Dr. Scott VanBommel and the Communications Strategy & Canadian Space Policy Adviser of The Planetary Society Kate Howells. https://youtu.be/_yQlV9WlP9I
The Guelph Physics live stream begins its autumn series Tuesday September 28th at 7:00 pm EDT with a discussion about New Frontiers! Our guest is Guelph Physics Assistant Professor Dr. Dennis Muecher.
MSc Candidate J. Shiva S. Vutukuru
MSc Candidate Nicholas van Heijst
MSc Candidate Justin Medeiros