Prof. Marry Mogge becomes AAPT President

Dr. Mary Mogge, Professor Emerita of the Department of Physics and Astronomy, is currently the President Elect of the American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT). She will become the President in January 2015.  


Student Highlight

  • Ortiz

    Adrian Ortiz

    As a Biotechnology major, I have been able to utilize all aspects of my major in Dr. Salik's lab.
  • Kazarians

    Anoush Kazarians

    All in all, my time in Tucson was definitely eventful, and I wouldn’t have had it any other way. I walked away from this experience having gained a lot of knowledge about and respect for the people who actually do astronomy for a living, and I hope to one day join their ranks.
  • Yoo

    Ted Yoo

    We study percolation theory in the computation lab under the supervision of Dr. Alex Small. Percolation is one of the simplest phase transitions that can be studied in graph theory, yet is not well understood.

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