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Adam Pound awarded NSERC postdoctoral fellowship

Congratulations to Adam Pound on being awarded an NSERC postdoctoral fellowship.  The Postdoctoral Fellowships Program provides support to a core of the most promising researchers at a pivotal time in their careers. The fellowships are also intended to secure a supply of highly qualified Canadians with leading edge scientific and research skills for Canadian industry, government and universities.

Congratulations to Dr. Shenlin Wang!

Congratulations to Dr. Shenlin Wang on receiving a prestigious CIHR fellowship. The award is for two years and will be taken under the supervision of Profs. Vladimir Ladizhansky and Leonid Brown. This year, only 57 out of 497 applicants were funded.

Congratulations to Paul Finlay and Evan Rand!

Congratulations to Paul Finlay, who was awarded first place (and 1000 Euro) for the best talk by a graduate student, and Evan Rand, who was awarded second place in the graduate student poster competition, at the International Nuclear Physics Conference (INPC) held in Vancouver, British Columbia on July 4-10.  The INPC, which was attended by approximately 800 delegates from around the world, is held every three years and is the largest international research conference covering all areas of nuclear physics.  Paul Finlay's award-winning talk presented An Ultra-High Precis

Congratulations to Matthew Barrett and Aidan Brown, named to the CPES Society of Excellence

Membership in the Society of Excellence is granted to graduating students who have demonstrated excellent academic achievement and have made outstanding contributions to the University of Guelph community and beyond throughout their university careers.  As members of the College of Physical and Engineering Science Society of Excellence, their names will be engraved on a plaque dedicated to society members and located in the CPES Dean's Office.

Congratulations to Jonathan Grossauer, recipient of the CPES Graduation Prize

This prize is awarded to the student graduating with the highest cumulative average from an Honours Program in the College of Physical and Engineering Science.  As part of this award, Jonathan Grossauer's name will also be engraved on the CPES Graduation Prize plaque in the CPES Dean's Office.

NSERC 2010 scholarship recipients from Physics at Guelph

Congratulations to the following students who have won an NSERC Canadian Graduate Scholarship at the Masters level! (CGSM)

  • Matthew Barrett
  • Aidan Brown
  • Kent Fisher
  • Jonathan Grossauer
  • Jonathan Loranger
  • Evan Rand
  • Emily Ritz
  • Michal Wieczorek

CAP Lecture and Physics Undergraduate Scholarship Awards ceremony - Wed Mar 17, 4:00 PM, MacN 113

The Physics Undergraduate Scholarship Awards ceremony, held in conjunction with the annual Canadian Association of Physicists (CAP) Undergraduate Lecture, will take place on Wednesday, March 17th at 4:00 PM in MacNaughton 113. The award ceremony, CAP Lecture, and photos will be followed by a reception outside MacNaughton 113. Everyone is welcome to attend.

Please RSVP to Paige Clark by Thursday, March 11th to confirm if you are able to attend the award ceremony and/or reception.

CONGRATULATIONS DALE SCHICK-MARTIN! Dale received a CAM2009 Presenter Scholarship

Congratulations to M.Sc student Dale Schick-Martin on being awarded a CAM2009 Presenter Scholarship. These scholarships, provided by the Canadian Association of Physicists (CAP) and Sociedad Mexicana de Física (SMF), were available for up to 30 graduate students pursuing their M.Sc or PhD at a Canadian university. The CAM2009 Presenter Scholarships help cover travel, registration, and airfare costs for CAM2009, the Canada-America-Mexico Graduate Student Physics conference.

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