News and Announcements

Black hole research involving WSU astronomer makes front cover of Nature
An article co-authored by Wayne State astronomer Dr. Ed Cackett is featured on the front cover of the prestigious journal Nature. The research uses "light echoes to map the region close to a newly discovered black hole in unprecedented detail.
Society of Physics Students’ National Office Names WSU Outstanding Chapter
Tenure-Track Faculty Position in Computational Biological Physics
WSU Letter of support to the CERN DG on the Strumia matter
Tenure-Track Faculty Position in Experimental Condensed Matter Physics
Prof. Sakamoto to run the ``4th Light Microscopy Summer (LMS)" summer course
We have a new Twitter page, @waynestatephys!
Professor Gil Paz has been awarded a 2018-19 Simons Fellowship in theoretical physics.
Conlin, Petrov, Putschke, and Wadehra receive awards at the 2018 Academic Recognition Ceremony.
2018 AP Day at WSU
Wayne State University receives New Mexico dark sky land, robotic observatory
Kip Thorne colloquium on geometrodynamics
Physics professor Ed Cackett contributes to historic NASA research
Four members of the Department of Physics and Astronomy receive awards at the 2017 Academic Recognition Ceremony.
On April 27, 2017, four members of the Department of Physics and Astronomy received awards at Wayne State’s annual Academic Recognition Ceremony. Department advisor Dawn Niedermiller received the Outstanding Contributor Award. Graduate student Ed Kramkowski won the Garrett T. Heberlein Award for Excellent in Teaching. Prof. Ed Cackett and Prof. Abhijit Majumder both received Career Development Chair Awards.
Students from six area high schools visit the Physics and Astronomy department during the 16th annual Advanced Placement Day at Wayne State
Congratulations to all speakers and poster presenters at the 8th annual Graduate Research Day
Physics and Astronomy Colloquium: Most vortical fluid - globally polarized Quark-Gluon Plasma
Prof. Xiang-Qiang Chu's research highlighted on ORNL main webpage
Physics and Astronomy Colloquium: Toward an Understanding of Hadron-Hadron Collisions: From Feynman-Field to the LHC
Congratulations to Doaa Taha, who just received an Ovshinsky Student Travel Award for the 2017 APS March Meeting
Friday 2 Dec Seminar: Searching for Ultralight Particles with Black Holes and Gravitational Waves
WSU Physics & Astronomy Professor Chris Kelly wins prestigious NSF CAREER Award
Emeritus Professor, Alvin Saperstein is volunteer of the month at Michigan Science Center
Tenure-Track Faculty Position, Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics
The Department of Physics and Astronomy at Wayne State University invites applications for a full time faculty appointment in theoretical/computational condensed matter physics.
Particle-Astro-Nuclear Physics Seminar: Technical challenges understanding heavy ion collisions in experiment and theory: 9 November at 4pm, Room 312