Radiations Magazine: Spring 2010
Einstein as Citizen: Addressing Race and Racism
by Fred Jerome and Rodger Taylor
From Concept to Hardware in the First Lasers
Top 10 Ways to Celebrate LaserFest
The Director's Corner
In Support of Increased Diversity in Physics
by Gary D. White
Vera Rubin Honored
Spotlight on “Hidden Physicists”
Sigma Pi Sigma Chapter Project Awards
Connections in Physics
History of Big Bang Cosmology, Part 6:
The Accelerating Universe, Dark Energy,
and Einstein's Enigma
by Dwight E. Neuenschwander
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Albert Einstein discusses relativity with students at Lincoln University of Pennsylvania during his 1946 visit. Lincoln University President Dr. Horace Mann Bond awarded an honorary degree to Einstein on the occasion of the Conference on Objectives, May 3, 1946, at which Einstein announced that he would “not remain quiet” about segregation. See the related article on page 8.
Photo courtesy Lincoln University of Pennsylvania, Special Collections and Archives, Langston Hughes Memorial Library
Dwight E. Neuenschwander,
Tracy M. Schwab
Sigma Pi Sigma President
Diane Jacobs, Eastern Michigan University
Toni Sauncy, Angelo State University
Sigma Pi Sigma/SPS Director
Gary D. White
Sigma Pi Sigma/SPS Assistant Director