Katherine Myers Mesick '05 wins American Physical Society Dissertation Award in Nuclear Physics
Graduating with a bachelor of science in physics, Mesick attended graduate school at George Washington University and received her Ph.D. in 2012 for analysis of data from the Qweak experiment at the Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility. The Qweak experiment uses parity violating electron scattering to determine the weak charge of the proton. Click to continue reading>>>

Transferring to LVC "The Best Thing That Happened to Me": A Q&A with Dr. Edward L. Nickoloff '65
As a teenager, Dr. Edward L. Nickoloff ’65 knew he wanted to study physics. So, after graduating from high school, he began his college career as a physics major at the Carnegie Institute of Technology (now Carnegie Mellon University). But when his mother became ill midway through his college years, the Harrisburg native transferred to the Valley to be closer to home. Click to continue reading>>>

Studying "Nothing" Leads Mike Ardoline '10 to Ph.D. Programs
When Mike Ardoline ’10 first enrolled at LVC, he had no intention of studying “Nothing.” After expressing an interest in physics and engineering, Ardoline’s high school physics teacher, Dave Todd ’97, convinced him to attend Lebanon Valley College, though he was also accepted to Drexel. Click here to continue reading>>>