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Name: Elizabeth Louden
Date registered: November 14, 2016

Latest posts

  1. Annual GPS Holiday Party — December 1, 2017
  2. Student Spotlight – James Kelly — December 1, 2017
  3. Student Spotlight – Gary Uppal — November 1, 2017
  4. Game Night — October 31, 2017
  5. Traditional Festival Celebration — October 9, 2017

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Annual GPS Holiday Party

    Happy holidays everyone! This year we will be hosting the annual potluck and board game GPS Holiday Party at the Indian Lakes Club House on December 8th at 6:30 pm (immediately following the Department Party). Families, significant others, and guests are more than welcome.  Please bring a snack to share and a board game to …

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Student Spotlight – James Kelly

In high school, I scoffed at the idea of putting more effort into my humanities classes because I thought a smart person like me should pursue only the hardest subjects, and surely those were not them! In college, still interested in science but only pretending to have my priorities straight in a new world of …

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Student Spotlight – Gary Uppal

Gary Uppal is a fourth year working with Dervis Vural. Gary’s research mainly involves population dynamics and understanding how cooperation might evolve in biological systems. The evolution of cooperation is still an active area of research, since social systems are always susceptible to exploitation by cheaters. In particular, he has been studying the effects of …

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Game Night

Join GPS for a game night immediately following the Happy Hour this Thursday in NSH 202. We will provide pizza and other refreshments. Bring your favorite games to play!

Traditional Festival Celebration

Come taste some traditional teas and sweets in celebration of Diwali and the Mid-Autumn Festival.

Student Spotlight – Michael Planar

Michael is a seventh year graduate student working for Professor Colin Jessop. He spent a few years measuring the properties of the Higgs boson through its decay into two photons as measured by the Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS) at the Large Hadron Collider. He also spent a few years working on the Electromagnetic Calorimeter for …

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Football Night

Food, Fun, and Learn!! Come cheer and shout for our Notre Dame Football team  when they will be playing with our historic rival Michigan State University, while watching the game LIVE ON SCREEN on campus with your fellow friends.  PIZZA will be provided, please bring snacks or drinks to share. If you want further more …

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Unofficial Happy Hour – TONIGHT!

Resume Preparation & Interview Techniques Seminar

Come join us for a professional development seminar hosted with the Chemistry Department!


Due to the impending thunderstorm this afternoon, the Welcome Back BBQ has been postponed until Friday. There will be more details when we get closer to the event.

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