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Leigh's doctoral advisor, Prof. Michael Brunger, and his home institution of Flinders University have generously donated a working electron scattering experiment to help kick-start Leigh's new research program that he will be setting up at CSUF over coming months. 

The physics department has been growing. We now have over 100 majors, almost double what we had five years ago. More students than ever are doing research with faculty and entering careers in STEM.

We say goodbye to nine Physics majors and 11 Masters candidates, the department's biggest masters graduating class ever.

The department celebrates its 2014 scholars and award recipients at the annual college Awards Reception May 1. 

Shovit has been selected by the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics to receive the 2014 Staff Excellence Award.