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September 6, Alec Habig, University of Minnesota Duluth, "The Supernova Early Warning System (SNEWS)"

September 13, Richard Gran, University of Minnesota Duluth, "The neutrino oscillation industry"

September 20, Jon Maps, University of Minnesota Duluth, "Condensed Matter Physics - Scratching the Surface"

September 27, Joe Wivoda, National Rural Health Resource Center, " Physics as a Foundation to a Career in IT and Management"

October 4, Daniel Schubring, University of St. Thomas, "A Density-Independent Model of Flocking "

October 11, Jay Austin, University of Minnesota Duluth, "Near-Inertial oscillations in Lake Superior"

October 18, Michael Johnson, Seagate Technology, "Aurora and hard disk drives: Using physics to play at large and small scales"

October 25, Sergei Katsev, "Stratified Lakes as Reaction-Transport Systems"

November 1, Michael Sydor, "Optical probing under your skin"

November 8, John Hiller, "Proton structure - a computational challenge"

November 15, Fernanda Psihas and Justin Vasel, "The Many Roles of Physicists in Particle Physics Experiments"

November 22, Thanksgiving

November 29, Peggy Davis Chun, "From the Aurora to Mach 10"

December 6, Vitaly Vanchurin, "Paradoxes in Physics"