Denison University student Amanda Nelson from Burke, graduate of Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, was chosen as a 2016 summer research scholar in a program funded by the Laurie Bukovac Hodgson and David Hodgson Endowed Fund. Nelson is one of 107 students who spent their summer conducting in-depth research Optogalvanic Spectroscopy of La I Hyperfine Structures at Denison or off-campus. The faculty-led programs include undertakings in the sciences, humanities, social sciences and the arts.
Nelson worked with Professor Steven Olmschenk on "Optogalvanic Spectroscopy of La I Hyperfine Structure."
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