Physical and computational sciences plan open house

The Division of Physical andComputational Sciences will hold an open house Nov. 2 as part of the university’s 50th Anniversary celebration. 

The open house will take place from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Fisher Hall and will include the engineering students’ annual egg drop competition, a 3-D printer presentation and a demonstration on amplifiers’ input and output.

In the chemistry department, presenters will demonstrate how methanol is converted into gasoline and make poster and video presentations. Dr. John Draeger, associate professor of chemistry, Dr. Hashim Yousif, professor of physics, and others will also give demonstrations.

The petroleum technology program will show a video on exploration. Refreshments will be served.