On Friday, April 12th 2019 a few brave students stood upon a very cold field to enjoy a beauty night sky. As physicists we all, at one time or another, wondered what lied above the clouds. Despite the cold sea breeze and less than ideal light conditions, members where able to enjoy the sights alongContinue reading “Stargazing Night 2019”
Science, particularly physics, affects us all. The phenomenal effects of gravity do not stop working when we leave our campus. Neither should our imagination and that’s why we work with our local community to inspire others to join in observing our world through a physics lens.
Ever looked around your room and thought, “Hm, you know this would be a lot easier with snacks. Or other physics students. Or both!.” Then have we got the place for you! *insert introduction trumpet sound* Thimann Labs 103A!
In science it is always better to work together than against one another. Pair up with experienced students and get a helping hand from those who have been where you are now. Sounds great right! We think so too. In collaboration with the Women in Physics and Astrophysics group, we pair up newer students withContinue reading “Mentorship Program”
Remember the hours spent trying, begging, your eyes to stay open while a club meeting goes on. Don’t get it twisted, we love the area they cover but sometimes they can be really really boring. We take a completely different approach by actively working on new and upcoming projects.