In the Student Spotlight: March 29, 2019

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  • Graduate student Richard Gaughan published “Gravitational Waves Explained” and “Antimatter Explained” as part of Enslow Publishing’s “Mysteries of Space” series targeted toward middle school-aged children. Gaughan published “Wormholes Explained” for the series last year.
  • Graduate student in the School of Communication Kiril Kirkov will present his project “Art of the people” at the 7th Annual Screening Scholarship Media Festival (SSMF) at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. SSMF is a combination of a traditional academic conference and a film/media festival that supports the blending of science and art across disciplines.
  • Two members of the men’s tennis team were named Big Sky Player of the Week this month.
    • March 13: Tom Fisher was awarded for the first time this season after a winning weekend against the University of Montana and Montana State University. Fisher went 2-0 in both doubles and singles matches.
    • March 20: Tim Handel was awarded for the second time this season and sixth time in his career after wins against the University of Northern Colorado and the University of Denver. Handel is 11-1 in singles this season and 8-4 in doubles.
Cheyenne Jarrette