The study of physics at Denison is distinguished by advanced laboratories, where students design and conduct individualized experiments; and by student participation in internationally recognized research with our faculty; and by a strong foundation in both physics and the liberal arts to best prepare students for a wide range of opportunities.
One of the most wonderful things about working in the Physics and Astronomy department over the last decade has been the people: our faculty, our staff, and our students, and their collective dedication to learning in all its forms.
For the previous two summers at Denison University I have researched within a group of four students and two advisors, Drs. Gibson and Walter, to study different properties of negative ions using spectroscopy.
The Department of Physics and Astronomy Honors Day celebration will include the Sigma Pi Sigma initiation ceremony, the seminar by alumnus Mike Gasda, the honors banquet (RSVP to Beth Jeffries), and awards.