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Student Spotlight

Graduate student Carson Huey-You was honored with a resolution of congratulations by the Texas House of Representatives on his graduation from TCU at the age of 14.

Graduate student Julia O’Connell will be presenting her work, ‘Spectroscopic analyses of neutron capture elements in open clusters’ as part of her dissertation exam at 2:00 pm on Wednesday, Nov. 29 in SWR 357.

Graduate student John Donor will be presenting his work, ‘A uniform measurement of the galactic abundance gradient’ as part of his pre-dissertation exam at 2:00 pm on Wednesday, Nov. 15 in SWR 357.

Please join 3 minute thesis finalists Elizabeth Sizemore and Zhangatay Nurekeyev at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History on Saturday, Nov. 11 for the 3MT finals.

Congratulations to Hope Murphy and Elizabeth Sizemore for winning best poster awards at the Texas section of the American Physical Society meeting!

Graduate students Hope Murphy and Lubna Pinky will be presenting their work at the upcoming Texas Applied Mathematics and Engineering Symposium in Austin Texas.

Graduate student MD Tanvir Hasan is first author on “Optical band gap alteration of graphene oxide via ozone treatment” recently published in Scientific Reports. The paper authors also include undergraduates BJ Senger, Conor Ryan, and REU student Marais Culp.

Graduate student Lubna Pinky is first author on “The impact of cell regeneration on the dynamics of viral coinfection” recently published in Chaos.

Congratulations to the class of 2017 — Carson Huey-You, Hana Jaafari, Micheal Hernandez, and Jacqueline Antwi-Danso!

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