CNR Award

The Center for Nuclear Research Award was established in Spring 2002 to recognize undergraduate physics majors who achieve outstanding performance in one of the upper-level modern physics courses related to nuclear or particle physics (Intro. Modern Physics, Quantum and Atomic Physics, or Intro. Nuclear Physics). Students are eligible to win this award only once. The award consists of recognition and a monetary prize of $250.

For more information on undergraduate awards offered by the Kent State University Department of Physics, visit our Student Awards page.

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