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The Emma Kay Malmstrom Lecture in Physics were established in 1991 by her husband Carl Malmstrom (Hamline Physics class of 1936) in memory of his wife Emma Kay. Carl Malmstrom has also established a generous fund to support undergraduate research in the Physics Department at Hamline University.
Each year in May high school students from Minnesota and surrounding states are invited to the lecture with the hope of stimulating their interest in the study of physics. The evening before the lecture, the Physics department hosts a dinner and lecture for our physics majors and colleagues from other departments, colleges and universities in the metropolitan area.The lecture is free and open to the public - please join us to hear this exciting voice from the world of physics!
In 1991 the new Robbins Science Center was dedicated. The Kay Malmstrom Lectures began in 1992 and have included an eminent group of scholars, writers and scientists.
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