As a double major in physics and bassoon performance, I’ve learned that spaces matter. A well-thought-out and engineered recital hall makes all the difference for musicians and audiences. Just as I have searched for spaces acoustically fit for performing, I have also searched for a school that would give me the space and flexibility to pursue both my passions: science and music. Ithaca College was that space.
Beth Ellen Clark Joseph, associate professor and chair of physics at Ithaca College, is a member of the team working on OSIRIS-REx (Origins Spectral Interpretation Resource Identification Security-Regolith Explorer), which would study the geology of a primitive asteroid.
Ithaca College physics professor Luke Keller and physics student Jordan Hyatt ’10 traveled recently to Heidelberg, Germany, to present their research on planet formation at the "Cosmic Dust: Near and Far" conference.
An aerial view of Heidelberg...
Who says archaeologists have all the fun? Physics professor Michael “Bodhi” Rogers and three of his students recently traveled to Cyprus where the group used cutting-edge, ground-penetrating radar to search for long-buried buildings and identify ancient city boundaries, roads, and defensive walls dating from the late Bronze Age.
The team was searching for a large...
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