Undergraduate Physics Research

This campaign ended on November 15, 2019, but you can still make a gift to Augsburg University by clicking here!

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Help us celebrate Augsburg's 150th Anniversary with a gift during Give to the Max Day!


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Undergraduate Physics Research
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Become an advocate and show your support today!

Help us support undergraduate research at Augsburg!  This year we have exciting new research programs starting in the physics department to develop novel materials for solar cells and study the swimming of microorganisms.  Undergraduate research has been central to our department and the development of so many of our majors for 50 years.  Help support the needed supplies, consumables, and materials that research labs need as they get started!

 

Research opportunities have provided our students the chance to build valuable skills and experience to build their careers on.  In the past year Augsburg Physics majors have presented research results across the country at meetings of the American Geophysical Union, American Physical Society, and Biophysical Society.  Every dollar raised through this campaign can matched by the Minnesota NASA Space Grant Consortium to support student researchers.

 

Thank You,

Ben Stottrup

Augsburg Physics Department Chair

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