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College of Arts & Sciences

The Fifteenth William C. Shaw Memorial Lecture
Presented by the Department of Physics and Arts & Issues


Dr. John C. Mather

Dr. John C. Mather

"History of the Universe
from the Beginning to End"


Thursday, September 26, 2013
7:30 p.m.
Meridian Ballroom
Morris University Center

Dr. Mather was the co-recipient of the Noble Prize in Physics in 2006.  As a senior astrophysicist for NASA, he is the leading scientist in charge of the new James Webb Space Telescope, which replaces the Hubble Space Telescope and will use infrared technology to study the universe.


General Admission:  $15
SIUE Employees, Retirees, and Alumni:  $10
Students:  FREE

Tickets are available at the Morris University Center Information Booth, the Dunham Hall Box Office, at artsandissues.com, or by calling 618-650-5774.


This page:  http://www.siue.edu/PHYSICS/shawlecture.html
Written by:  Roger Hill (rhill@siue.edu)
Viewing session photo by Roger Hill
Revised:  2013 Sep 19
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