Post Tagged with: "Natalie Klco"

Klco Finds Beauty of Physics in Summer Internships

Natalie Klco standing in front of an LED light calibration setup at the National Institute of Nuclear Physics Section of Genoa, Italy

Two summers ago, after traveling west across the continental United States to attend and perform in the Zeltsman Marimba Festival in Arcata, Calif., Natalie Klco ’15 HTC Physics wrote about the beauty she found in marimba music and festival performers who displayed clarity and oneness between their instruments, their bodies, and their minds. In summer 2014 she headed east across the Atlantic to […]

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April 25, 2015 at 9:09 amResearch

2014-15 Physics and Astronomy Scholarship Recipients

The Physics & Astronomy Department is very fortunate to have many outstanding majors who hold academic scholarships that partially support them. “We are grateful for your previous support of these scholarship funds, and we would encourage you to be as generous as you can in providing continuing support,” says Dr. […]

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April 1, 2015 at 12:42 pmNews

Two Studies in Europe: Testing LED Calibration of the Forward Tagger for CLAS12 in Genoa, Italy and Helping to Test and Document a New Style of Detector at CEA/Saclay, France

Two Studies in Europe: Testing LED Calibration of the Forward Tagger for CLAS12 in Genoa, Italy and Helping to Test and Document a New Style of Detector at CEA/Saclay, France

Natalie Klco B.S. HTC Physics and B.A. HTC Music, Class of 2015 Natalie Klco spent the summer in Italy and France participating in two projects under the direction of Dr. Kenneth Hicks, Professor of Physics at Ohio University. Hicks is a member of a team of researchers conducting a tracking […]

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November 20, 2014 at 8:05 pmResearch

Physics Major Interns at Two European Nuclear Research Centers

Physics Major Interns at Two European Nuclear Research Centers

By Jean Andrews Physics & Astronomy Junior Natalie Klco’15 HTC Physics major spent this summer in Italy and France participating in two projects under the direction of Dr. Kenneth Hicks, a professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy. Hicks is a member of a team of researchers conducting a […]

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August 23, 2014 at 8:00 amNews

‘You’re Not Going to Break Bach… Experiment!’

‘You’re Not Going to Break Bach… Experiment!’

By Natalie Klco ’15 Honors Tutorial College and Physics major studying Music, Ohio University For two weeks this summer in Arcata, California, I shared a love for an instrument whose mere existence is unknown to most. I sat next to an older gentleman from the Arcata community at one of […]

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September 26, 2013 at 8:53 amNews