ECU Department of PhysicsCollege & University in Greenville, North Carolina
A Chinese space station could crash to Earth anytime between now and April 2018.
One of our recent PhD graduates, Dr. Nathan Carlson, and his lovely wife, Ashley, brightened our day in the Physics Department with a visit with their newborn son, Noah! Congrats!
Thank you, Dr. Regina DeWitt, in the ECU Department of Physics for coordinating the activities for the solar eclipse event today. You have a true "researchers" heart; thanks for sharing all your findings with us and for giving honor to our late, Dr. Edward Seykora, for his research and photos on the February 1980 eclipse in India.
Welcome back everyone!!!
The Department of Physics and the
ECU Astronomy Club will host a
viewing of the solar eclipse on...
August 21, 2:15 – 3:15 PM
We meet in the Howell Science Complex, in the breezeway between the three towers. Viewing glasses will be provided for the first 200 attendants.
Watch as the moon moves in front of the sun. At 2:48 PM the moon will cover 91% of the sun!
In Loving Memory of Dr. Edward Seykora
"Steamy" Gene is at it again! Lawson Days Event was held on Oct. 27-28. Gene Oakley, the Physics' department machinist, is rich in knowledge of American History.
Way to go, Gene!
Gene Oakley is at it again! The ECU Physics Dept. Machinist is also a history buff! Take a look at these articles explaining how Gene educates others about North Carolina's history.