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Congratulations to Me!

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Things have gotten so hectic I forgot to post this awesome update! In Spring 2014 myself and Kelly Jordan, a Prof. in Nuclear Engineering at UF (he also controls our on-campus nuclear reactor) were awarded money under a competitive process internal to UF. It is the 2014 Research Opportunity Seed Fund Award, and we’re working on characterizing and finding novel uses for a prototype neutron detector. Congratulations to us!

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Congratulations Joe Sullivan!

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Joe has been admitted to Cambridge under the Gates Scholarship program!

FANTASTIC JOB, JOE!

Correction: He’s been admitted to Cambridge. They’re still interviewing candidates for the award of the Gates Scholarship. Good luck Joe!

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Happy Birthday, Joe!

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Joe Sullivan turned 21 yesterday. Raise a pint to him!

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Joe Grange is ON FIRE!

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Joe Grange has won the Fermilab URA Thesis Award! This is the first time in the award history that a neutrino cross-section thesis has won the award. In addition to fame and groupies, this also brings a USD $3500 cash prize. Go Joe!

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Congratulations Joe Grange!

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Former grad student, Joe Grange, has had his thesis selected to be published in the Springer Theses Award Series! This is a fantastic accomplishment, and comes with a cash prize of 500 Euros. Great job Joe!

http://www.springer.com/series/8790

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Steven Keys! – Awesome Physics Teacher

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Former undergrad, Steven Keys!, is turning into one kick-ass physics teacher. Great job, Steven!

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Welcome Noah!

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Welcome to new group member, Noah Steinberg! Noah will be working on the neutron detector project this summer.

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Congratulations Joe!

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Joe Sullivan has been accepted for the University Scholars Program: http://www.scholars.ufl.edu/

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Congratulations Joel!

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Joel was awarded funds through the UF College Graduate Committee to present his work at NuINT 2014!

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H. Ray Rocks!

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I have been awarded funding under the University of Florida competitive 2014 Research Opportunity Fund! This proposal is to develop a novel neutron detector, and research will be carried out with my co-PI, Prof. Kelly Jordan of the Nuclear Engineering department. Potential applications for this device include non-proliferation monitoring, and applications for manned space travel. Yea us!!

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