Physics at Grinnell combines a rigorous curriculum with a supportive community of faculty and students. You apply your intellectual curiosity to classical and modern theory — and get extensive laboratory experience in technically advanced facilities and via faculty-student research, off-campus research, seminars, and internships. Physics also supports a 3-2 program in engineering and offers exceptional opportunities and facilities in astronomy. Physics can prepare you for graduate study or careers involving physics in academic, public, and private settings.
8,700 miles and 18 hours on his first plane ride separate Bazil Mupisiri ’18 from his hometown in Zimbabwe. Yet, it’s the milestones, not the miles, that truly set this first-year student apart.
Bazil (pronounced Bay-zl) first learned about Grinnell...
The Grinnell Science Project pre-orientation program primes students for academic success.
- Astronomy Group MeetingNoyce 1022 - Musser Physics SeminarFri Oct 314:15 p.m
- Grant O. Gale ObservatorySat Nov 017:30 p.m
- Noyce 1022 - Musser Physics SeminarTue Nov 0411:30 a.m
- PHY131.01 Breen // Mentor GrigoriiNoyce 1302 - Psychology ClassroomTue Nov 048 p.m