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Monday, October 3, 2016

2016 Notre Dame Energy Week

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Mark your calendar for the 2016 Notre Dame Energy Week - October 3 to 7!

Celebrating its 10th year, the week will feature academic lectures and interactive events with the goal of increasing awareness of energy issues. This year’s emphasis will be on our own campus and many of the initiatives Notre Dame is taking to tackle the energy challenge here and around the world. It also will kick-off the Solar Series, which will be a series of discussions on solar energy, starting with a panel of experts in the field, and What’s It Really Like

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Tuesday, October 4, 2016

2016 Notre Dame Energy Week

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Mark your calendar for the 2016 Notre Dame Energy Week - October 3 to 7!

Celebrating its 10th year, the week will feature academic lectures and interactive events with the goal of increasing awareness of energy issues. This year’s emphasis will be on our own campus and many of the initiatives Notre Dame is taking to tackle the energy challenge here and around the world. It also will kick-off the Solar Series, which will be a series of discussions on solar energy, starting with a panel of experts in the field, and What’s It Really Like

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Wednesday, October 5, 2016

2016 Notre Dame Energy Week

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Mark your calendar for the 2016 Notre Dame Energy Week - October 3 to 7!

Celebrating its 10th year, the week will feature academic lectures and interactive events with the goal of increasing awareness of energy issues. This year’s emphasis will be on our own campus and many of the initiatives Notre Dame is taking to tackle the energy challenge here and around the world. It also will kick-off the Solar Series, which will be a series of discussions on solar energy, starting with a panel of experts in the field, and What’s It Really Like

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Student Spotlight

Undergraduate Receives Departmental Award

Undergraduate Receives Departmental Award

Laura Mortlock-McMinn

Congratulations to NDRL student Emily Kunce, who will be receiving the Outstanding Undergraduate Research Award.  This award is based on a student's contributions to the research within the department, and their potential for future.  It is the highest honor the Department of Physics can award to one of its graduates.…

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