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Virginia Tech Approved as the Site of the Newest QuarkNet Center

As of December 2014, the Center for Neutrino Physics is now the home of the Virginia Tech QuarkNet Center. QuarkNet is an outreach program run by the University of Notre Dame and funded by the National Science Foundation, which is aimed at helping high school teachers gain a deeper understanding of particle physics and to bring the excitement of it into their classrooms through inquiry-based instruction. The Virginia Tech QuarkNet Center was the educational/outreach component of the NSF CAREER Award of Prof. Camillo Mariani.

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