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News and Awards
Kudos to LRDC Center Associate Chandrelekha Singh, Distinguished Professor in Physics and Astronomy, special assistant to the provost for quantum education! Singh received the 2022 Dwight Nicholson Medal for Outreach, which recognizes the humanitarian aspect of physics and physicists created through public lectures and public media, teaching, research, or science related activities.
November 7, 2022
Chandralekha Singh, Distinguished Professor in Physics and Astronomy, special assistant to the provost for quantum education, and LRDC Center Associate, was honored by the American Physical Society. Read about the honor in the October 20 Pittwire article.
October 24, 2022
Alysa Malespina, Christian Schunn, and Chandralekha Singh were featured in the September 2022 Research News for their publication
"Understanding Gender, Mindset and Performance in Physics."
September 21, 2022
Chandralekha Singh is featured in Inside Higher ED's article, "Why Flipped Classes Often Flop," discussing what she has learned from students taking classes during the pandemic.
January 20, 2021
Kevin Binning, LRDC Research Scientist, and Chandralekha Singh, Director, dB-SERC, and LRDC Center Associate, and their Pitt colleagues, were featured in the January 11 Pittwire article "Student Belonging Exercise Erases Achievement Gaps in Biology, Physics Courses."
January 11, 2021