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April 6
Congratulations to Dr. Isaac Upsal who successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis at the Ohio State University on April 4th. His thesis title is: "Global Polarization of Lambda Baryons in the STAR Beam Energy Scan"

March 30
Congratulations to Dr. John Campbell who successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis at the Ohio State University. His thesis title is: "Azimuthally sensitive pion femtoscopy in ultra-central U+U and Au+Au collisions at STAR".

March 7
We get to know another of our new collaborating institutions in the February 2018 edition of the STAR Newsletter. Contributions also focus on recent activities surrounding Run 18, from commissioning new detectors to blinding analysis procedures, as well as recapping discussions on these topics at the recent STAR Collaboration Meeting.

February 21
Congratulations to Leszek Kosarzewski who successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis at the Warsaw University of Technology. His thesis title is: "Study of quarkonium production in relativistic proton-proton collisions in the STAR experiment."

February 16
Congratulations to Toshihiro Nonaka who successfully defended his PhD thesis at University of Tsukuba. His thesis title is: "The 6th order cumulant of net-proton distribution at 200GeV Au+Au collisions".

December 29
We remember STAR Collaborator Prof. Hongfang Chen, and look back on 2017 in the December 2017 edition of the STAR Newsletter. Also included are a brief recap of the Analysis Meeting, including the Collaboration photo we took during the event, and some fellow Collaborators in the headlines.

December 22
Congratulations to Dr. Daniel L. Olvitt, Jr on successfully defended his PhD thesis at Temple University. His thesis title is: "Measurement of the Longitudinal Double Spin Asymmetry for Dijet Production in Polarized Proton+Proton Collisions at √s = 510 GeV at STAR".

December 9
Congratulations to Dr. Ting Lin on successfully defended his PhD thesis at Indiana University. His thesis title is: "Longitudinal double-spin asymmetries for di-jet production at intermediate pseudorapidity in polarized pp collisions at √s = 200 GeV".


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