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Two of OSU’s faculty named in world’s top 1,000 female scientists

Katie Livermore , News Reporter
February 7, 2023

“Until about 1970, you could just actively discriminate against women,” said Heidi Schellman, professor and retired chair of the Department of Physics at Oregon State University.  Composed by,...

Oregon State University physics Professor Xavier Siemens, right, discusses research with (from far left) physics graduate students Nima Laal, Robin Case, and Jacob Taylor. Siemens will be leading a $17 million dollar effort to study gravitational waves and their relationship with our ever-changing universe.

OSU professor leads study of gravitational waves

Kelsy Valentine, News Contributor
July 4, 2021

Oregon State University physics professor Xavier Siemens will lead and co-direct a $17 million grant that funds the study of gravitational waves to provide insight into how our universe evolves.The National...

Bethany Matthews, a physics graduate student at Oregon State University, checking on a vacuum chamber used to create thin film material. Matthews recently won a U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science Graduate Student Research Award, and the Ben and Elaine Whiteley Endowment for Materials Research Fellowship.

Physics graduate student wins national award, fellowship

Ercoli Crugnale, News Contributor
May 15, 2017

Bethany Matthews receives honors for her research in atom probe tomographyBethany Matthews, an Oregon State University graduate student studying physics, has recently won a U.S. Department of Energy Office...

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