Post Tagged with: "Keith Hawkins"

Physics & Astronomy Alumni Chronicles, 2000-2020

2000-2010 Bassem Sabra (Ph.D. 2000, Shields) writes: “I am still at Notre Dame University – Louaize in Lebanon. I was promoted in September of last year (2018) to full professor. I recently completed a 10-week continuing education on space systems engineering. I will be taking part in building the Lebanese […]

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June 12, 2020 at 4:07 pmAlumni

Alumni News | Hawkins Given Ping Recent Graduate Award at Alumni Ceremony

Keith Hawkins, BS ’13, addresses those at the Alumni Awards Gala after receiving the 2018 Charles J. and Claire O. Ping Recent Graduate Award. Photo by Jim Downard

Ohio University alum Keith Hawkins BS ’13 received the Charles J. and Claire O. Ping Recent Graduate Award at the OHIO Alumni Association’s 78th annual Alumni Awards Gala. The award is presented to an OHIO graduate who has achieved incredible success within 15 years of earning his or her first […]

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October 25, 2018 at 4:50 pmAlumni

Astrophysics Seminar | Galactic Archeology, Jan. 11

Keith Hawkins by Rob Hardin

The Astrophysical Institute (ApI) presents Ohio University Alumnus and Marshall Scholar, Keith Hawkins of  the Cambridge University presenting “Galactic Archeology: Piecing together the Milky Way with Large Surveys” on Monday, Jan. 11, at at 4:10 p.m. in Walter Hall 245. Abstract: We live in a typical spiral galaxy in the […]

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January 11, 2016 at 9:30 pmEvents

Physics & Astronomy Alumni Spotlights 2013-15

Physics & Astronomy Alumni Spotlights Rakitha Sanjeewa Beminiwattha ’13Ph.D. receives Jefferson Science Associates Thesis Prize. Keith Hawkins ’13B.S. HTC Astronomy was elected Chair of the King’s College Graduate Society at Cambridge University. A recent mini-movie about Hawkins can be found on the Physics & Astronomy YouTube channel. Serge Nakhmanson ’01Ph.D., Associate […]

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April 27, 2015 at 10:44 amAlumni

Hawkins Shares Passion for Science, Prepares for Cambridge

Photo by Rob Hardin

By Jean Andrews Physics & Astronomy What happens to stars at the galactic center of the universe? Just how many planets exist in the Milky Way? How do stars behave around black holes? These are the kinds of questions astrophysics major Keith Hawkins pondered as he prepared to graduate from […]

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June 5, 2013 at 7:18 pmNews