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Physics students Kevin Faehndrich and Greg Shear tied for third place in the New York State section of the American Physical Society's biannual symposium poster session.

Kevin's title: "Cesium Magnetometer Surveys at a 1,000-Year-Old Pithouse Village Site in Southwestern, New Mexico"

Greg's title: "Reduction of Parallax Error in Cesium Magnetometer Surveys Using Laser Alignment"

The symposium was held on October 15-16, 2004, at the New York City College of Technology of the City University of New York in Brooklyn. The topical symposium was entitled "Physics of the Microworld: From Quarks to Nanostructures." Physics professor Michael "Bodhi" Rogers proudly watched as his research students were each awarded a $25 prize.

Contributed by Michael Rogers

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