Events with the UM-Flint Physics Department

The Physics department holds regular events and seminars to inform students, staff, and faculty about current studies and events in physics and astronomy. Our events are tailored to a variety of audiences with differing experience levels – because when it comes to learning about the makings of the universe, we always have more to learn! Check back soon to find out more about our upcoming virtual events!

Virtual Physics Lunch Guest Lecturer Series

Physics Lunch with David Zick, UM-Flint Alumni and Generous PHY Supporter!

"How a Physics Education Prepared Me for Success" with David Zick

Friday, February 19, 2021, from 1-2PM

⁨https://umich.zoom.us/j/97567695564

Meeting ID: 975 6769 5564

Ever since graduation, David has supported UM-Flint, and more specifically, the physics and engineering department. Many students have benefitted from scholarships, research awards, internships, and learning centers he has funded. David will talk anecdotally about his life journey and highlight how his physics education prepared him for success.  He will highlight:

  • How being “connected” can help grow your career
  • How a “Slight Edge” results in exponential growth
  • Why you should continue to learn throughout life
  • Why you should be prepared to take advantage of opportunities
  • How important it is to give back

Join Us Friday, 11/13 to Welcome Back Jeff Kabel!

How to pronounce dichalcogenide
Jeff Kabel, UM-Flint alumni
PhD student, Applied Physics
Michigan Technological University

Join us to welcome back Jeff Kabel, one of our UM-Flint Physics graduates! He is a current Ph.D. student in Applied Physics at Michigan Tech and will be discussing various synthesis methods, the properties, and potential applications of MoS2 nanostructures. Attendees can expect to learn how to pronounce “dichalcogenide”!