Warren Wilson College

Physics Photo of the Week

December 16, 2005

Student Web Pages

Each semester the students in Physics at Warren Wilson College compose and publish a web page that represents a report on one of the experiments conducted during the semester.  All the colorful drawings are created by the students themselves to place a discussion and description of the apparatus on the Internet.  If you see any of these students, please compliment them on their work.  They worked hard during the past few weeks formatting their drawings and web documenets.

This drawing by Edwin Self represents the analysis of an object moving in circular motion.  Click here to see Edwin's full report.

Links to all the student pages are shown below.

This is the last Physics Photo of the Week for 2005 as WWC goes on winter break.  Publication of Physics Photo of the Week will resume in mid-January, 2006.  Merry Christmas!

Liina Laufer - Diode

Allison Borrman - Force Transducer Cart

Drew McElwee - Reversing Fan Cart

Alana Weintraub - Centrifugal Force

Jesse Phillips

Sarah DeLeiris - Fancart Acceleration

Gabe Haynes - Radioactivity

Katie Kuehl - Momentum, Impulse, and Collisions

Beth MacLeod - Geiger-Mueller Tube and Radioactivity

Valerie Bartell - Acceleration when reversing

Elizabeth Evans - Bowling

Stacey Hollis - Diodes

Aaron Malenke - Momentum and Impulse

Lilly Doyle - Tennis Ball Toss

Lucas Blass - Electrical Lab

Audrey Williamson - Law of Inertia

Elizabeth Wunker - Reverse Fan Cart

David Tormey - Circular Motion

Edwin Self - Circular Motion

Nodin DeSaillan - Radioactivity

Tricia Hahn - Newton's IInd Law: Acceleration, Mass, and Weight

Jessie Rowles - Force, Mass, and Motion

Amanda Ranck - Circular Motion

Physics Photo of the Week is published weekly during the academic year on Fridays by the Warren Wilson College Physics Department.  These photos feature an interesting phenomena in the world around us.  Students, faculty, and others are invited to submit digital (or film) photographs for publication and explanation.  Atmospheric phenomena are especially welcome.  Please send any photos to dcollins@warren-wilson.edu.

Click here to see all Physics Photo of the Week for 2005

Click here to see all Physics Photo of the Week for 2004.