Department of Physics
During this time, it is very important that we practice the promotion of social distancing and rely on the advice of health experts, thus, the Physics Department faculty and staff will be working remotely from their homes until further notice. If you need assistance please send an email to Ms. Marca Kasselmann (firstname.lastname@example.org). Feel free to leave a message, we will be checking email regularly.
" The strongest correlation for well-being emerged from a series of questions delving into whether graduates felt emotionally supported at school by a professor or mentor. Those who did were three times as likely to report they thrived as adults." 1
We are not a large department at a research university or a school of engineering, and that's a good thing. Because our students are our only mission! And our size is ideal for a supportive community that is both focused and flexible.
1Based on a Gallup survey as reported in the Wall Street Journal online article "Elite Colleges Don't Buy Happiness for Graduates" by Douglas Belkin.
Congratulations to Joe Lanier (left) and Dr. Jonathan Morris (right) for being highlighted in the Oak Ridge National Lab (ORNL) news and making the front of the ORNL website. Photo copyright ORNL/GenevieveMartin.