Oregon Tech Physics professor attends American Physical Society Annual Leadership Conference

Jesse M. Kinder, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Physics at Oregon Tech, traveled to Washington, D.C., in January for the American Physical Society (APS) Annual Leadership Meeting, an event that brings together physics leaders to enhance their skills, network with peers, and shape the physics community's future.

Oregon Tech Physics Professor Receives $120k National Grant for Research of Matter and Antimatter

For 18 years, Oregon Institute of Technology (Oregon Tech) professor, Robyn Wilde, Ph.D., has been teaching students at Oregon Tech the properties of physics—a prerequisite in many of the engineering and health degrees and an area of interest for many environmental sciences and mathematics majors. To expand his study of the topic even further and allow students realistic learning, Dr.