In the spirit of hands-on learning, Assoc. Prof. David Miller and his students have built mini-satellites. Miller’s professional life is steeped in space-related activities. Besides overseeing the mini-satellite project, he was co-leader of the group that devised the first hands-on experiments for the International Space Station. Inset photo: Students Alvar Saenz-Otero, Dustin Berkovitz, Dr. Edmund Kong, Prof. David Miller, and student Simon Nolet. Photo: Ed Quinn
Fall 2004

Space Spheres

In the spirit of hands-on learning, Assoc. Prof. David Miller and his students are building mini-satellites.

Spring 1999

Exploring the Universe

Cady Coleman, ’83, who soon will fly aboard the Space Shuttle Columbia, tells what it’s like to be an astronaut.

Fall 1998

Fall 1998

Research Briefs

Designer fish, spinning stars, and more.