Karyn Bondi returned to Rhodes College in 2013 as an adjunct professor, having graduated from this department herself in 2003 and then attending Washington University in St. Louis. She teaches introductory physics courses and labs. Dr. Bondi enjoys bringing the fun aspects of the field into the community at large through science outreach.
Sadoc, A., M. Sabra, O. Proux, J.-L. Hazemann, K.S. Bondi, K.F. Kelton: “Zr and Hf microalloying in an Al-Y-Fe amorphous alloy. Relation between local structure and glass-forming ability,” Philosophical Magazine 88 (2008) 2569-2582.
Bondi, K.S., A.K. Gangopadhyay, Z. Marine, T.H. Kim, Anindita Mukhopadhyay, A.I. Goldman, William E. Buhro, K.F. Kelton: “Effects of microalloying with 3d transition metals on glass formation in AlYFe alloys,” Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids 353 (2007) 4723-4731.v
Viano, A.M., K.E. Spence, M.A. Shanks, M.A. Scott, R.D. Redfearn, C.W. Carlson, T.A. Holm, A.K. Ray, “Structural and chemical changes in ultra-high-molecular-weight polyethylene due to gamma radiation-induced crosslinking and annealing in air,” Bio-Medical Materials and Engineering 17 (2007) 257-268.
B.S., B.A., Rhodes College
M.S. and Ph.D., Washington University in St. Louis