Physics Graduate Students Win Art, Science & Culture Collaboration Grants

Two physics graduate students, Kieran Murphy and Jelani Hannah, have separately won Arts, Science & Culture Graduate Collaboration Grants.  They and their partners presented their work on May 10th at the Logan Center for the Arts.  You can read more here.

Kieran Murphy worked with MFA graduate student Xinyi Zhu on a piece called "Randomness and Mind Games."  Their faculty advisors were Heinrich Jaeger and Kerry Richardson.  Jelani Hannah worked with MFA graduate student Zoe Greenham on a piece called "Imagining with Runoff."  Their faculty advisors were Heinrich Jaeger and Sara Black.