Michael Goggin, professor of physics, and collaborators at the University of Queensland and HeriotWatt University, had their paper, “Unifying framework for spatial and temporal quantum correlations,”published in the July 2018 issue of Physical Review A. The paper is a result of work done while Goggin was on sabbatical at the University of Queensland during fall 2015. The current experiment builds on work done during Goggin’s previous sabbatical which was highlighted in a 2016 article in Quanta magazine, reprinted at

Beth Hopwood, goalkeeper, was named the Great Lakes Valley Conference defensive player of the week for the second-straight week for women’s soccer. Hopwood and the Bulldogs improved to 4-0 after a 2-0 shutout over Northwest Missouri, Sept. 7, and a 2-1 double overtime win over Upper Iowa, Sept. 9. Against the Bearcats, Hopwood stopped the only shot on goal by Northwest to run her shutout streak to three games. Hopwood stopped all three attempts at goal in the second against Upper Iowa, two in the first overtime and one in the second overtime, before Hanna Burke scored on a free kick to give Truman the win.

Jesse Krebs, professor of music, has an article entitled “Sidney Bechet’s One-Man Band” appearing in the September issue of The Clarinet journal, the quarterly publication of the International Clarinet Association, about the legendary jazz clarinetist who made a record in 1941 by playing all six instruments himself. On Oct. 20-21, Krebs will perform the world premiere of Robert Tindle’s new clarinet concerto, “Grid for Clarinet and Chamber Orchestra,” with the Southeast Iowa Symphony Orchestra.

Matt Yankowitz, forward soccer player, was named the Great Lakes Valley Conference offensive player of the week. In Truman’s 6-0 victory over Southwest Baptist, Yankowitz captured the program’s first hat trick since 2012. That also represents the last time a Bulldog finished a match with seven points, which Yankowitz was able to accomplish, Sept. 9.

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