the ICE Cube Laboratory in Antarctica, seen at night.

The IceCube Laboratory at the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station, in Antarctica. IceCube was the first scientific instrument to detect very high energy neutrinos from beyond our solar system. The international IceCube project involves more than 300 researchers from 47 institutions, one of which is The University of Alabama. Photo credit: Sven Lidstrom, IceCube/NSF

numerous galaxies.
Graduate Student Welcome and Review of Requirements

August 24 @ 4:00 pm
227 Gallalee Hall

All grad students are required to attend this talk and discussion, which will introduce new grad students and clarify the department's expectations and requirements for new and continuing students. [...]

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a small section of the Veil Nebula (NASA).
Physics & Astronomy Colloquium

August 31 @ 4:00 pm
227 Gallalee Hall

Part one of two: Physics and astronomy faculty members provide short overviews of their research. [...]

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computer-generated graphic from a faculty member's research.
Astrophysics Seminar/Journal Club

September 1 @ 1:00 pm
223 Gallalee Hall

Graduate students, faculty members, and sometimes guest speakers present recent articles/papers. [...]

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schematic of one of the two ultra-high-energy neutrino events detected by IceCube in Antarctica.
Physics & Astronomy Colloquium

September 7 @ 4:00 pm
227 Gallalee Hall

Part two of two: Physics and astronomy faculty members provide short overviews of their research. [...]

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