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The Physics Colloquium Series will Resume Fall 2019

The Physics Colloquium Series will Resume Fall 2019

In the meantime:

Check out UO Physics on Social Media

Discover new ways to connect with the UO Physics Department for students, faculty, staff, and alumni! The Physics Department has recently created social media accounts with the purpose of highlighting the events, research, academics, and other amazing things that go on in our department. Click on the icons below to like, follow, or join.





Chase Craig, a triple major in mathematics, physics and computer science recipient of the prestigious Goldwater Scholarship

Chase Craig, busy with his coursework and working in the laboratory of physics professor Benjamín Alemán, almost didn’t apply for the Goldwater but did so at the urging of Alemán, who is more than just a mentor to Craig. “I wouldn’t be here at the UO without him,” Craig said. “That man has done so much for me.”

Craig started as a high schooler in Alemán’s Physics 251 course, which was the impetus for realizing he had a future at the UO and in advanced research work. Craig eventually wants to do research that involves artificial intelligence and autonomous rovers.

He is


Stephanie Majewski recipient of 2019 Fund for Faculty Excellence Award

Congratulations to professor Majewski on receiving this prestigious recognition!

You can read the full Around-the-O article here.