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Physics Student Collin Douglas Has been named college of arts and sciences Outstanding Scholar Fall 2023

Collin Douglas named Arts and Sciences Outstanding Scholar for Fall 2023Congratulations to Collin Douglas for being named College of Arts and Sciences Outstanding Scholar for the Fall 2023. Collin graduated with his BS Physics Honors and Math minor in the summer of 2023 and is currently pursuing his master’s degree in physics at CSU as a part of the 4+1 MS/BS degree. In addition to Collin’s perfect academic record, he has spent two years at CSU researching with Dr. Kiril Streletzky on using light scattering and small-angle X-ray scattering to study polymeric microgels and polystyrene microspheres. Collin has presented his research at several regional and national conferences including the March Meeting of the American Physical Society in Las Vegas, NV, and the Sigma Pi Sigma Physics Congress in Washington, DC. Collin has also spent two years as a physics TA in CSU physics introductory labs and volunteered his time as secretary and treasurer of CSU’s chapter of the Society of Physics Students (SPS). Collin is applying to several PhD physics programs in Ohio including CWRU, OSU, KSU, and OU, where he plans to continue his studies in either quantum materials or biological physics.