SWOSU Physics Club Named Distinguished Chapter

The SWOSU Physics Club in Weatherford was recently named a “DistinguishedChapter” by the national office of the Society of Physics Students.Among those involved with the chapter are students and faculty (frontfrom left): faculty sponsor Dr. Terry Goforth, Tabitha Taylor, Canute; KaitlynSchrick, Frederick; Ryan Horn, Buffalo; and Emma Bollinger, Stillwater. Backfrom left—Taylor Valdez, Adams; Riley Smith, Arnett; Jeffrey Lewis, Hollis;Raistlin Hiner, Anadarko; Brock Mason, Tuttle; and faculty sponsor Dr. WayneTrail. Not pictured are Andres Arrieta, Weatherford; Roberto Soliz, Clinton;Josh Henson, Piedmont; and Grayson Butcher, Elk City. Southwestern Oklahoma State University’s Physics Club in Weatherford has been named a “Distinguished Chapter” by…

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