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Ward Howard, senior physics major, talks to prospective students about campus organizations. - Photo by Amanda Rohde
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Ward Howard, senior physics major, talks to prospective students about campus organizations. - Amanda Rohde
The Society of Physics Students prepares for the launch of a bobblehead of DSD into space. - Photo by Anne Richoux
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The Society of Physics Students prepares for the launch of a bobblehead of DSD into space. - Anne Richoux
David S. Dockery, president of the university, takes pictures as members of the Society of Physics students prepare to launch a bobblehead of Dockery into space. - Photo by Anne Richoux
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David S. Dockery, president of the university, takes pictures as members of the Society of Physics students prepare to launch a bobblehead of Dockery into space. - Anne Richoux
Students, faculty, staff, and guests gather to watch members of the Society of Physics Students launch a bobblehead of DSD into space. - Photo by Anne Richoux
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Students, faculty, staff, and guests gather to watch members of the Society of Physics Students launch a bobblehead of DSD into space. - Anne Richoux
The Society of Physics Students talks to Bill Nettles, professor of physics and department chair, as they prepare to launch a bobblehead of DSD into space from the Great Lawn. - Photo by Anne Richoux
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The Society of Physics Students talks to Bill Nettles, professor of physics and department chair, as they prepare to launch a bobblehead of DSD into space from the Great Lawn. - Anne Richoux
The Society of Physics Students sets up a table of cupcakes, each of which contain a numeral from pi. SPS does this each year on March 14th to celebrate Pi day and Einstein's birthday.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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The Society of Physics Students sets up a table of cupcakes, each of which contain a numeral from pi. SPS does this each year on March 14th to celebrate Pi day and Einstein's birthday. - Kristi McMurry
A table of cupcakes, each of which contain a numeral from pi, sits outside the Student Dining Hall. The Society of Physics Students does this each year on March 14th to celebrate Pi day and Einstein's birthday.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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A table of cupcakes, each of which contain a numeral from pi, sits outside the Student Dining Hall. The Society of Physics Students does this each year on March 14th to celebrate Pi day and Einstein's birthday. - Kristi McMurry
The Society of Physics Students sets up a table of cupcakes, each of which contain a numeral from pi. SPS does this each year on March 14th to celebrate Pi day and Einstein's birthday. The cupcakes are handed out to students as they exit the dining hall. - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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The Society of Physics Students sets up a table of cupcakes, each of which contain a numeral from pi. SPS does this each year on March 14th to celebrate Pi day and Einstein's birthday. The cupcakes are handed out to students as they exit the dining hall. - Kristi McMurry
Holly Jay, junior sociology and intercultural studies double major, talks to Fonsie Guilaran, associate professor of physics, about her research during the poster presentations of the Scholarship Symposium. - Photo by Anne Richoux
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Holly Jay, junior sociology and intercultural studies double major, talks to Fonsie Guilaran, associate professor of physics, about her research during the poster presentations of the Scholarship Symposium. - Anne Richoux
David Ward, professor of physics, talks with Caroline McConnell, junior engineering major, about her research poster during the Scholarship Symposium. - Photo by Anne Richoux
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David Ward, professor of physics, talks with Caroline McConnell, junior engineering major, about her research poster during the Scholarship Symposium. - Anne Richoux
Jay Bernheisel, associate professor of engineering, Fonsie Guilaran, associate professor of physics, Jennifer Gruenke, associate professor of biology, and Geoffrey Poore, assistant professor of physics, have a discussion outside of Barefoots Joe on a nice day.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry
5/6/11 | 17554 | XL
Jay Bernheisel, associate professor of engineering, Fonsie Guilaran, associate professor of physics, Jennifer Gruenke, associate professor of biology, and Geoffrey Poore, assistant professor of physics, have a discussion outside of Barefoots Joe on a nice day. - Kristi McMurry
Physics students pass out cupcakes laden with the digits of pi in honor of Pi Day and Einstein's Birthday, March 14. - Photo by Victoria Stargel
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Physics students pass out cupcakes laden with the digits of pi in honor of Pi Day and Einstein's Birthday, March 14. - Victoria Stargel
Union University hosts the West Tennessee Science Fair. Professors from the surrounding region judge the projects presented by students from area schools.  - Photo by Victoria Stargel
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Union University hosts the West Tennessee Science Fair. Professors from the surrounding region judge the projects presented by students from area schools. - Victoria Stargel
Bill Nettles, professor of physics and department chair, teaches a class in the new physics lab.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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Bill Nettles, professor of physics and department chair, teaches a class in the new physics lab. - Kristi McMurry
Meinrad Charles, freshman engineering major, works on an assignment in the new physics lab. - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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Meinrad Charles, freshman engineering major, works on an assignment in the new physics lab. - Kristi McMurry
Bill Nettles, professor of physics and department chair, teaches a class in the new physics lab. - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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Bill Nettles, professor of physics and department chair, teaches a class in the new physics lab. - Kristi McMurry
Bill Nettles, professor of physics and department chair, teaches with the new technology in the physics department.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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Bill Nettles, professor of physics and department chair, teaches with the new technology in the physics department. - Kristi McMurry
Bill Nettles, professor of physics and department chair, helps students with their work in the new physics lab. - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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Bill Nettles, professor of physics and department chair, helps students with their work in the new physics lab. - Kristi McMurry
Kimberly Lindsey, assistant professor of pharmacy practice, meets with pharmacy students in Providence Hall.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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Kimberly Lindsey, assistant professor of pharmacy practice, meets with pharmacy students in Providence Hall. - Kristi McMurry
Fonsie Guilaran, associate professor of physics, gives instructions before a physics lab assignment.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry
2/28/11 | 16812 | XL
Fonsie Guilaran, associate professor of physics, gives instructions before a physics lab assignment. - Kristi McMurry
Fonsie Guilaran, associate professor of physics, shows students how to use the equipment for their acceleration lab assignment.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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Fonsie Guilaran, associate professor of physics, shows students how to use the equipment for their acceleration lab assignment. - Kristi McMurry
Fonsie Guilaran, associate professor of physics, helps students collect their data for a physics lab experiment on acceleration. - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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Fonsie Guilaran, associate professor of physics, helps students collect their data for a physics lab experiment on acceleration. - Kristi McMurry
Fonsie Guilaran, associate professor of physics, watches as students collect the data for their acceleration experiment in physics lab. - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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Fonsie Guilaran, associate professor of physics, watches as students collect the data for their acceleration experiment in physics lab. - Kristi McMurry
Fonsie Guilaran, associate professor of physics, shows students how to use the equipment for their lab experiment on acceleration.  - Photo by Kristi McMurry
2/28/11 | 16818 | XL
Fonsie Guilaran, associate professor of physics, shows students how to use the equipment for their lab experiment on acceleration. - Kristi McMurry
Fonsie Guilaran, associate professor of physics, helps students collect data for their lab experiment on acceleration. - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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Fonsie Guilaran, associate professor of physics, helps students collect data for their lab experiment on acceleration. - Kristi McMurry
Fonsie Guilaran, associate professor of physics, helps students collect data for their lab experiment on acceleration. - Photo by Kristi McMurry
2/28/11 | 16820 | XL
Fonsie Guilaran, associate professor of physics, helps students collect data for their lab experiment on acceleration. - Kristi McMurry
Whitney Baker, junior elementary education major, watches as Fonsie Guilaran, associate professor of physics, collects the data for their lab experiment on acceleration. - Photo by Kristi McMurry
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Whitney Baker, junior elementary education major, watches as Fonsie Guilaran, associate professor of physics, collects the data for their lab experiment on acceleration. - Kristi McMurry
Bill Nettles, professor of physics and department chair, visits with Allison Hearn, freshman business administration major, and Kendall Lewis, senior special education major, as Ben Haws, sophomore media communications major, looks at sunspots through a solar telescope. - Photo by Victoria Stargel
11/18/10 | 16231 | XL
Bill Nettles, professor of physics and department chair, visits with Allison Hearn, freshman business administration major, and Kendall Lewis, senior special education major, as Ben Haws, sophomore media communications major, looks at sunspots through a solar telescope. - Victoria Stargel
Bill Nettles, professor of physics and department chair, shows Ben Haws, sophomore media communications major, how to look at sunspots through a solar telescope. - Photo by Victoria Stargel
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Bill Nettles, professor of physics and department chair, shows Ben Haws, sophomore media communications major, how to look at sunspots through a solar telescope. - Victoria Stargel
Bill Nettles, professor of physics and department chair, looks at sunspots through a solar telescope as his students Ben Haws, Allison Hearn, and Kendall Lewis observe. - Photo by Victoria Stargel
11/18/10 | 16230 | XL
Bill Nettles, professor of physics and department chair, looks at sunspots through a solar telescope as his students Ben Haws, Allison Hearn, and Kendall Lewis observe. - Victoria Stargel
Students work on a physics lab. - Photo by Morris Abernathy
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Students work on a physics lab. - Morris Abernathy
Kristina Borza, senior sports medicine major, works on a physics lab assignment. - Photo by Morris Abernathy
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Kristina Borza, senior sports medicine major, works on a physics lab assignment. - Morris Abernathy
Kristina Borza, senior sports medicine major, works on a physics lab assignment. - Photo by Morris Abernathy
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Kristina Borza, senior sports medicine major, works on a physics lab assignment. - Morris Abernathy
Dr. David Ward, professor of physics, helps students with some class work. - Photo by Morris Abernathy
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Dr. David Ward, professor of physics, helps students with some class work. - Morris Abernathy
Dr. David Ward, professor of physics, teaches a class.  - Photo by Morris Abernathy
4/27/10 | 14166 | XL
Dr. David Ward, professor of physics, teaches a class. - Morris Abernathy
Dr. David Ward, professor of physics, teaches a class.  - Photo by Morris Abernathy
4/27/10 | 14167 | XL
Dr. David Ward, professor of physics, teaches a class. - Morris Abernathy
Dr. David Ward, professor of physics, teaches a class.  - Photo by Morris Abernathy
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Dr. David Ward, professor of physics, teaches a class. - Morris Abernathy
Physics students set out cupcakes with numbers that make up the value of Pi in celebration of Pi Day and Einstein's birthday. - Photo by Morris Abernathy
3/12/10 | 14111 | XL
Physics students set out cupcakes with numbers that make up the value of Pi in celebration of Pi Day and Einstein's birthday. - Morris Abernathy
Engineering, chemistry, physics, and biology majors play volleyball after their combined department dinner. - Photo by Kristi McMurry
9/11/09 | 11693 | XL
Engineering, chemistry, physics, and biology majors play volleyball after their combined department dinner. - Kristi McMurry
Bill Nettles, physics department chair, plays the guitar with a faculty band before the Faculty/Staff Dinner. - Photo by Morris Abernathy
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Bill Nettles, physics department chair, plays the guitar with a faculty band before the Faculty/Staff Dinner. - Morris Abernathy
Michelle Thornhill demonstrates a principle of physics at a Boys and Girls Club.  - Photo by Neisha Fuson
9/27/07 | 8403 | XL
Michelle Thornhill demonstrates a principle of physics at a Boys and Girls Club. - Neisha Fuson
Danielle Blackstone and Kent Willis make ice cream for a Boys and Girls Club meeting, where students from the physics, chemistry and engineering departments gave presentations.  - Photo by Neisha Fuson
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Danielle Blackstone and Kent Willis make ice cream for a Boys and Girls Club meeting, where students from the physics, chemistry and engineering departments gave presentations. - Neisha Fuson
Sarah Kim explains rockets to a girl at the Boys and Girls Club where Union physics, chemistry and engineering students went to share some principles of science.  - Photo by Neisha Fuson
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Sarah Kim explains rockets to a girl at the Boys and Girls Club where Union physics, chemistry and engineering students went to share some principles of science. - Neisha Fuson
Sarah Kim explains rockets to a girl at the Boys and Girls Club meeting where Union physics, chemistry and engineering students went to share some principles of science.  - Photo by Neisha Fuson
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Sarah Kim explains rockets to a girl at the Boys and Girls Club meeting where Union physics, chemistry and engineering students went to share some principles of science. - Neisha Fuson
Sophomore Sarah Kim show some girls about rockets at a Boys and Girls Club meeting.  - Photo by Neisha Fuson
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Sophomore Sarah Kim show some girls about rockets at a Boys and Girls Club meeting. - Neisha Fuson
Sophomore Sarah Kim shows a girl how to make a paper towel roll rocket at a Boys and Girls Club meeting.  - Photo by Neisha Fuson
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Sophomore Sarah Kim shows a girl how to make a paper towel roll rocket at a Boys and Girls Club meeting. - Neisha Fuson
Children at a Boys and Girls Club enjoy playing with and learning about science when some Union students went to share their knowledge of physics, chemistry and engineering.  - Photo by Neisha Fuson
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Children at a Boys and Girls Club enjoy playing with and learning about science when some Union students went to share their knowledge of physics, chemistry and engineering. - Neisha Fuson
Michelle Thornhill demonstrates a physics experiment with a boy from a Jackson Boys and Girls Club. - Photo by Neisha Fuson
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Michelle Thornhill demonstrates a physics experiment with a boy from a Jackson Boys and Girls Club. - Neisha Fuson
Michelle Thornhill shows the secrets of her physics demonstration at a Boys and Girls Club.  - Photo by Neisha Fuson
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Michelle Thornhill shows the secrets of her physics demonstration at a Boys and Girls Club. - Neisha Fuson
Nathan Brewer displays some basic physics principles to some children at a Boys and Girls Club.  - Photo by Neisha Fuson
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Nathan Brewer displays some basic physics principles to some children at a Boys and Girls Club. - Neisha Fuson
Union physics, chemistry and engineering students performed multiple science demonstations at a Boys and Girls Club.  One of the demonstrations was making ice cream.  - Photo by Neisha Fuson
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Union physics, chemistry and engineering students performed multiple science demonstations at a Boys and Girls Club. One of the demonstrations was making ice cream. - Neisha Fuson
Michelle Thornhill gives a demonstration at the physics table at a Boys and Girls Club.  - Photo by Neisha Fuson
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Michelle Thornhill gives a demonstration at the physics table at a Boys and Girls Club. - Neisha Fuson
Michelle Thornhill and David Ward, professor of physics, show some children at a Boys and Girls Club some basic physics principles.  - Photo by Neisha Fuson
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Michelle Thornhill and David Ward, professor of physics, show some children at a Boys and Girls Club some basic physics principles. - Neisha Fuson
Kathleen Cooper helps a boy with a paper towel rocket at a Boys and Girls Club.  - Photo by Neisha Fuson
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Kathleen Cooper helps a boy with a paper towel rocket at a Boys and Girls Club. - Neisha Fuson
A girl from a Boys and Girls club shows her beginnings of a paper towel rocket.  - Photo by Neisha Fuson
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A girl from a Boys and Girls club shows her beginnings of a paper towel rocket. - Neisha Fuson
Amber Roberts Shrewsberry gave a tribute to Dr. Kyle L. Hathcox during a memorial held for him August 29, 2007, in G.M. Savage Chapel. Shrewsberry was one of many students that Hathcox taught. - Photo by Stephanie Schroeder
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Amber Roberts Shrewsberry gave a tribute to Dr. Kyle L. Hathcox during a memorial held for him August 29, 2007, in G.M. Savage Chapel. Shrewsberry was one of many students that Hathcox taught. - Stephanie Schroeder
A plaque was presented during the memorial service for Kyle L. Hathcox, university professor and chair of physics and the associate dean of the college of arts and sciences, by naming the physics and engineering suite in honor of him. - Photo by Stephanie Schroeder
8/29/07 | 7915 | XL
A plaque was presented during the memorial service for Kyle L. Hathcox, university professor and chair of physics and the associate dean of the college of arts and sciences, by naming the physics and engineering suite in honor of him. - Stephanie Schroeder
Junior Amber Robers is the sole female student in the physics department. Roberts, who eventually wants to teach, also helps younger students with science and mathematics. - Photo by Heather Phillips
10/26/05 | 4269 | XL
Junior Amber Robers is the sole female student in the physics department. Roberts, who eventually wants to teach, also helps younger students with science and mathematics. - Heather Phillips
Mathematics and physics graduate Brian Taylor makes his way up to the stage during spring graduation to accept the Tigrett Medal. This Union award has been awarded since 1912 by vote of the entire Union faculty to an outstanding member of the senior class. 
 - Photo by Morris Abernathy
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Mathematics and physics graduate Brian Taylor makes his way up to the stage during spring graduation to accept the Tigrett Medal. This Union award has been awarded since 1912 by vote of the entire Union faculty to an outstanding member of the senior class. - Morris Abernathy
Brian Taylor accepts the Tigrett Medal from President Dockery during spring graduation. Taylor has received a full fellowship and a $23,000 per year stipend for the next five years to do cancer research at M.D. Anderson hospital in Houston, Texas, the premier cancer research center in the country. His work will result in a doctorate from the University of Texas system in medical physics.  - Photo by Morris Abernathy
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Brian Taylor accepts the Tigrett Medal from President Dockery during spring graduation. Taylor has received a full fellowship and a $23,000 per year stipend for the next five years to do cancer research at M.D. Anderson hospital in Houston, Texas, the premier cancer research center in the country. His work will result in a doctorate from the University of Texas system in medical physics. - Morris Abernathy
David Ward, professor of physics, demonstrates an experiment on air pressure to fellow educators at the science fair luncheon and organizational meeting. - Photo by Amanda Herron
9/21/04 | 2647 | XL
David Ward, professor of physics, demonstrates an experiment on air pressure to fellow educators at the science fair luncheon and organizational meeting. - Amanda Herron
David Ward, professor of physics, demonstrates an experiment on air pressure to fellow educators at the science fair luncheon and organizational meeting. - Photo by Amanda Herron
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David Ward, professor of physics, demonstrates an experiment on air pressure to fellow educators at the science fair luncheon and organizational meeting. - Amanda Herron

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