Study Physics at Southern Nazarene University, Bethany Oklahoma

Undergraduate Research

"REU" denotes "Research Experience for Undergraduates" program, sponsored at public universities by the National Science Foundation.  SNU’s summer research REU program is also known as Summer Research Experience (SRE).  SNU physics majors who have participated in summer research include:

 2015         Bethany Brown Playing with Parity: The structure of and winning strategies for the Solve-It Math Game. SNU Summer Math REU
 2014 Mary Jo Galbraith  ASP Implementation of verification of separation of duty policy in role-based access control security models.  Texas Tech University REU (Department of Computer Science)
 2014 Jared Galbraith Division and Travel Optimization for the Great American Conference. SNU Summer Math REU
 2013         Mo Niazi Solubility Experiments with Litigated Gold Nanoparticles
Kansas State University REU
 2012 Jordan Dawson  All Things Astronomy: Eclipses, Transits, and Education
SNU Summer Physics REU 
 2011  Bre Simmons  Potato Cannon Physics, SNU Summer Physics REU 
 2011  Ryan Elmore  Weather Station with LabView, Vernier SensorDAQs and Probes
SNU Summer Physics REU
 2010 Trevor Meeks                           The Mechanics of Wound Healing in the DrosophilaEmbryo, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN
 2010 Kristin (Johnson) Adams  Minimum Moments of Inertia, SNU Summer Physics REU
 2010 Nathan Adams  Terminal Velocity Lab Activities, SNU Summer Physics REU
 2009 Aaron Cabe  NASA Fellowship, Johnson Space Center, Houston TX
 2009 Alex Henderson  Development of Introductory Astronomy Laboratories, 
SNU Summer Astronomy REU
 2008 Aaron Cabe  REU, Baylor University, Kuiper Belt dynamics
 2007 Curtis McCully  REU, University of Oklahoma, active galactic nuclei
 2006 Cheri Hall  Development of General Physics Laboratories, SNU
 2006 Curtis McCully  Internship with Gravity Probe B experiment,Stanford University
 2005 Curtis McCully  NASA Space Camp, University of Oklahoma
 2003 Drew Overholt REU, University of Oklahoma, theoretical atomic physics