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Talk by Phy/Astronomy Prof Morten Hjorth-Jensen on Computing in a Science Education (1/30)

posted Jan 20, 2014, 3:00 PM by Jon Sticklen   [ updated Jan 22, 2014, 10:00 AM ]

Dr. Morten Hjorth-Jensen is at MSU only six months of every year. He spends the other six months in his home country of Norway, at his other university, the University of Oslo. Morten is first a nuclear physicist. But he is also deeply interested in enriching undergraduate education. Moren is part of the "FYIE" team that is on a path to develop an integrated first year curriculum for engineering. 

Morten will present a talk on January 30, as part of the Physics/Astronomy Colloquium series:

title: Integrating a computational perspective in the basic science education

date/time: Thursday January 30 / 4pm

venue: 1415 Biomedical & Physical Sciences Bld