New! Physics Communication Fellowship

We’re excited to announce that applications are open for the first round of Haidee Hazel Hoover (H^3) Physics Communications Fellowships, for Case Western Reserve University students to hone their #scicomm skills. To apply, send a CV and 1-2 page writing sample to by 2/15. The fellowship is named in honor of one of the first women to study (and later teach) physics at Western Reserve University, who graduated in 1915.

Congratulations to undergraduate students Skylar Dannhoff, Lydia Mandell, Hannah Messenger, and Jackson Rudoff, CWRU Department of Physics inaugural Haidee Hazel Hoover [H^3] Physics Communication Fellows! Little did we know that soon after beginning work that we would be transitioning to off-site locations. Yet, this is what we did and fellows are hard at work developing content for the department’s newsletter scheduled to go out this spring. Way to go H^3 team!