May 9, 2002
UW-RF Physics Honor Society Inducts New Members
Twelve new members were recently inducted into the UW-River Falls chapter of the national physics honor society, Sigma Pi Sigma.
The new inductees are physics students Jeremiah Bodenner, a sophomore from Amery; Ryan Bruvold, a sophomore from Spencer; Bruce Grandits, a junior from Roseville, Minn.; Michael Haase, a senior from Somerset; Joseph Halfen, a sophomore from Woodbury, Minn.; Cory Hinkel, a sophomore from Stanley; and Kenneth Langer Jr., a senior from Prescott.
Also inducted were Scott Lotze, a sophomore from River Falls; Tracy Mayer, a sophomore from Oshkosh; Jason Thoen, a junior from Hammond; Jeremy Tilsen, a sophomore from Hudson, and Josh Wynveen, a sophomore from Woodville, who has a pre-major in social science.
Membership in Sigma Pi Sigma is a lifelong honor. Selection for membership is based on high scholastic achievement as well as interest and abilities in physics. The UW-River Falls chapter, which began in 1975, now totals 67 members.
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