Academic Open House, 1995

Student talks Physics & Astronomy professors during the Academic Open House, held in the Social Hall, on August 27, 1995. 

Seated facing students, left to right: [unknown] ; Professor Hans Pfister ; Professor Robert Boyle

Robert J. Boyle, 1983

Robert Boyle, Professor of Physics, standing, points something out to students in class.

Kenneth L. Laws, 1986

Physics and Astronomy professor Ken Laws uses a real dancer to demonstrate the physics of dance during a class in 1986.

William B. Lindsay and Leroy McMaster, c.1900

Chemistry professor William Lindsay, on left, working in a laboratory with Leroy McMaster, member of the class of 1901 and Chemistry and Physics professor from 1901-1904.

Prof. John Luetzelschwab with students, c.1970

Professor John Luetzelschwab (right) assists students Howard C. Long, Jr., '71, (left) and Donald M. Thomas, '70, (center) performing a physics lab exercise.

Physics apparatus, c.1950

Two Dickinsonians tinker with a machine used in physics experiments around 1950.

Physics Club, 1990

Professor Priscilla Laws with two students in the Physics Club in 1990.

Physics lab, c.1950

Students participate in a physics lab session in Tome around 1950.

Physics lab

Howard C. Long, Jr., '71, (left) and another student participate in a physics laboratory exercise circa 1970.

Physics lab, 1992

Professor Hans Pfister and students work on a robot intended to control an instrument inside a plasma chamber on July 22, 1992.

Left to right: Grant Braught ('90), Hans Pfister, Jeremy Wachtel, Olga Philipova

Physics Lab in Tome, c.1945

View of a Physics Lab inside the Tome Scientific Building around 1945.

Physics laboratory equipment, c.1970

Donald M. Thomas, '70, (turning knobs) and Howard C. Long, Jr., '71, use specialized equipment during a physics lab session.

Physics professors and student with science equipment, 1979

Professor John Luetzelschwab, Professor Priscilla Laws, and an unidentified student work with scientific equipment on April 3, 1979.

Physics student, c.1960

A physics student experiments with electrodes circa 1960.

Jearl Walker, 1981

Glover Award recipient Dr. Jearl Glover, a Physics Professor at Cleveland State University, has a student assist him in a demonstration in a physics class in November 1981.

Henry L. Yeagley, c.1965

Professor of Physics Henry L. Yeagley at desk with microscope.

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