PEGASUS Student Summer Seminar Series 2015

Summer is coming, which means the PEGASUS Student Summer Seminar Series will
be starting up again.

Each summer, PEGASUS organizes a seminar series that provides an opportunity
for graduate students in the department to share their research and practice
their presentation skills in a friendly environment. The audience consists
of only graduate and undergraduate students, so the environment is far more
relaxed and informal than departmental seminars or conference sessions.
Talks are 30-45 minutes long with questions from the audience.

We have several unclaimed spots throughout the summer, so if anyone would
like to tell their fellow graduate students a bit about their research and
gain some experience speaking to a fairly friendly audience, please contact
Fred Sage at ac.ksasu.liamnull@523ssf for more information.

The seminars will take place on Tuesdays at 3:30 in Room 175, the seminar
room on the main floor. Coffee and cookies will be provided at
3:00 in the Faculty lounge. The first presentation will occur on May 12.

We hope you will come out and hear what your fellow graduate students have
to say.

The PEGASUS Executive

2015-2016 Preliminary Course List

Hey everyone! The preliminary course list, based on graduate student input from the
PEGASUS course offering survey, is out for the 2015/16 Academic Year.Thanks again to all those who participated in the survey this year!
Please review it and send any feedback to our department head.
The course offerings will include:
  • PHYS 816/456
  • PHYS 821/322
  • PHYS 861/461
  • PHYS 871/470
  • PHYS 883/481
  • PHYS 886/482
  • PHYS 895/498
  • PHYS 990