News and announcements

Congratulations to Doaa Taha, who just received an Ovshinsky Student Travel Award for the 2017 APS March Meeting
2016 student awards
Friday 2 Dec Seminar: Searching for Ultralight Particles with Black Holes and Gravitational Waves
WSU Physics & Astronomy Professor Chris Kelly wins prestigious NSF CAREER Award
Emeritus Professor, Alvin Saperstein is volunteer of the month at Michigan Science Center
Tenure-Track Faculty Position, Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics
Particle-Astro-Nuclear Physics Seminar: Technical challenges understanding heavy ion collisions in experiment and theory: 9 November at 4pm, Room 312
Particle-Astro-Nuclear Physics Seminar: Going beyond the RAA to v2 puzzle
Physics Ph.D. students Prakash Thapa and Shawn Zaleski awarded research grants for work at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
Sowjanya Gollapinni, Physics Ph.D. 2012, appointed to the faculty at the University of Tennessee
Sat, Oct 22nd: Dept Professor and Chair David Cinabro presents astrophysics talk at U of M's Saturday Morning Physics lecture series
Applications now open for 2017 APS Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physics
Congratulations to Associate Professor Zhixian Zhou for Receiving Career Development Chair Award
State Wide Astronomy Night at WSU Planetarium, Friday April 15th, starting at 5:30 pm
"Effective Field Theories": a new book by Dr. Petrov and Dr. Blechman
New AGRADE Program: get Engineering MS and Physics BS degrees in 5 years!
2015 student awards
WSU Dept of Physics to host Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physics in Jan 2017
9th Annual Undergraduate Physics Research Conference
Professor Petrov elected as an American Physical Society Fellow
Wayne State Planetarium hosts supermoon eclipse viewing
WSU VP of Research, Professor Stephen Lanier visits the Physics and Astronomy Department
Wayne State physics student receives U.S. Department of Energy Research Award
Wayne State physics student receives U.S. Department of Energy Research Award
Awards
7th International Workshop on Charm Physics (CHARM 2015) hosted by Wayne State