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Alumni Burnish Arts and Sciences Reputation for Excellence

Posted on: Aug. 21, 2019

A trio of physics alumni are making headlines for their contributions to science and society. They include James McCollough ’04 (shown here), who has been working on a large unmanned satellite called DSX, which collects data for studying the radiation environment in space. Other notables are David Bishop ’73, a Boston University professor who has been elected to the National Academy of Engineering, and Qi Wang G'94, chief scientist at JinkoSolar, who is speaking this fall at the World Solar Congress in Shanghai.