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Celebration of Physics: What can I do with my Physics degree?

Release date: October 08, 2007

On Friday October 19, three recent physics alumni/ae; Joel Tenenbaum, ('06), Ann Thomas, ('06) and Jay Zeck, ('05)  will come back to their Alma Mater  to talk about their post-Goucher careers for the "Celebration of Physics: What can I do with my Physics Degree?" event jointly organized by the Department of Physics and Astronomy and the Physics/Astronomy club run by Goucher students. Joel, graduate student in physics at Boston University, will introduce his high-energy research work on the  ATLAS detector currently being constructed at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) in Geneva, Switzerland. Ann, test associate for Microsoft Inc. in Seattle, will talk about her career in industry and Jay will speak about his study of medicine at George Washington University.

This event is sponsored by Taylor lecture fund, the Career Development Office and the Physics/Astronomy Club. It will be held at 3pm in Hoffberger Science B26.