Physical Science Announcements & Events

Physical Science Announcements & Events

Awards

Norma Jean Miller Scholarship

This award is given to students who have completed a chemistry sequence or are in the second semester of a chemistry sequence. The student must also have completed or are in the second semester of either two semesters of biology or two semesters of physics. Two scholarships are available. One is a freshman scholarship that is given to a freshman as a rising sophomore who plans to stay at Spartanburg Methodist College. The second is a sophomore scholarship to be given to a sophomore.

Austin Miller was awarded the Norma Jean Miller scholarship for the 2015-2016 academic year.

Chemistry Award

This award is given for academic achievement in chemistry courses at SMC. Candidates must have completed at least two semesters of chemistry classes or be currently enrolled in their second chemistry course. Candidates are chosen from those with the highest grades in their chemistry coursework. Consideration is given to the following additional information: acting as a tutor for the chemistry courses and demonstrating positive attitude towards the sciences in general and the class in particular.

Bret McAbee was awarded the chemistry award for outstanding performance in chemistry for 2015-2016 academic year.

Physics Award

This award is given for academic achievement in physics courses at SMC. Candidates must have completed at least two semesters of physics classes or be currently enrolled in their second physics course. Candidates are chosen from those with the highest grades in their physics coursework. Consideration is given to the following additional information: acting as a tutor for the physics courses and demonstrating positive attitude towards the sciences in general and the class in particular.

Tyler Kimbrell was awarded the chemistry award for outstanding performance in chemistry for 2015-2016 academic year.

Events

A solar eclipse will pass over Greenville at 2:36 pm on August 21st 2017. The Spartanburg area will see a 99% eclipse.

NASA

Eclipse 2017