HARTINGTON — Jesse Kruse got physical this summer.
Well, he got really involved in physics, anyway.
The double major in physics and math at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln got the opportunity of a lifetime to intern in Switzerland over the summer.
Kruse, a 2015 graduate of Cedar Catholic High School, interned at CERN in Meyrin, Switzerland, from June through August and was able to work with and learn from some of the bigger brains in the world on the subject of physics.
That happens when you work at the most renowned physics institution in the galaxy.
“It was amazing and the most incredible experience of my life,” Kruse said. “To go and interact with people and students from all around the world who come together and solve problems of common interest. It was so cool to interact with people of different cultures and have that cultural exchange.”
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