- Emeritus Professor of Physics
Dan Stinebring's collaboration wins NSF award to create Physics Frontier Center
April 2, 2015
Dan Stinebring is a senior member of NANOGrav, a research group searching for low-frequency gravitational waves. The National Science Foundation has awarded NANOGrav $14.5 million over five years to create and operate a Physics Frontier Center. The project will focus on the direct detection of low-frequency gravitational waves, which are produced by orbiting supermassive black holes and exotic changes in the early universe.
Stinebring will play a critical role in the project by using methods and analysis to remove interstellar delays of distant pulsars. Read the full article, Chasing Cosmic Waves.
Jakob Faber ’21 Receives Fulbright Research Fellowship at McGill Space Institute in Montréal
June 9, 2021
A double major in physics and philosophy with a concentration in astrophysics, Faber will collaborate with one of the world's leading scientists studying the origins of Fast Radio Bursts.
Exploring Interstellar Waves
October 12, 2020
Jakob Faber ’21 explored ways to broaden the scope of branched flow with the goal of introducing work that has been done in radio astronomy and radio geophysics into the field.
2017-2018 Excellence in Teaching Award Winners
May 14, 2019
Six faculty members from the College of Arts and Sciences and the Conservatory of Music received Excellence in Teaching Awards for the 2017-2018 academic year.