ITHACA, NY — Using radio signals instead of shovels, a physics faculty member from Ithaca College, along with local archeologists, has found evidence of additional 1,300-year-old pit houses five miles from the Las Vegas Strip. This recent find promises to give archaeologists new insights into how people who once lived in the Southwest transitioned from...
In the next Physics Seminar, astrophysicist Eric Klumpe from Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU) will describe his experience creating a naked-eye observatory on the MTSU campus. Klumpe's lecture will take place 12:10-1:00 p.m. on Tuesday, February 17, in room 208 of the Center for Natural Sciences.
ITHACA, NY — A daylong “teach-in” will be held at Ithaca College on Thursday, Feb. 5, to highlight the political, social, environmental and economic impacts of climate change. Faculty experts will be joined by community and government leaders to discuss efforts on campus, locally, and on a national and international basis to respond to climate change. All of the events will...
Professor Beth Ellen Clark Joseph has been invited to be a visiting scientist at the Observatoire de Paris during her sabbatical leave this spring. While in Paris, she will work with European Space Agency (ESA) colleagues analyzing data obtained by ESA's Rosetta mission during a flyby of an E-type asteroid.
Physics Professor Michael "Bodhi" Rogers and his research students Chris Hastings '11 and Kevin Hurley '11 were published in a local newspaper while exploring Springs Reserve in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The images recorded with the remote-sensing equipment show a grouping of pit houses that indicate ancestral Puebloans were living there about 1,300 years ago.