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Annual Golf Digest Hot List Golf Club Measurements Completed

Four Gordon students helped to complete Gordon College's annual contribution to the Golf Digest Hot List issue.

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Wednesday Night Study Halls

From 7–9 p.m. each Wednesday during the school year, our Introductory Physics lab (KOSC 226) is opened to local area high school physics students who can come and get help with physics concepts and homework.

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YAG Laser Donation to Our New Optics Lab

Alumni Bill and Donna Thorburn have donated funding for a Spectra-Physics pulsed Nd:YAG laser, which will allow our students to delve deeply into advanced spectroscopic techniques.

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Jesse and Darrell Summer Research Experience Internships

Two of our seniors received NSF-sponsored Research Experience for Undergraduate (REU) internships this past summer.

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Lego Logistics

A $200 Lego model of an $80,000 atomic force microscope (AFM) was built this past summer in Gordon's Bowden Engineering Lab in the Ken Olsen Science Center.

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It’s More Than Just a Swing

Who knew golf could inspire the next generation of physicists? But that's exactly what professor David Lee sees happening in his lab.

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Lights!

Dr. David Lee and physics students gathered for dinner Monday night for a surprise project of glowing proportions . . . to hang out, talk science, eat, and assemble 200 LEDs; then decorate a part of campus together.

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U.S. Patent #7481511

David S. Lee, associate professor of physics, has recently logged his ninth U.S. patent.

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