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.
- Noyce 1022 - Musser Physics SeminarTue Sep 3011:30 a.m
- Noyce 1302 - Psychology ClassroomTue Sep 308 p.m
- PHY131.03 Mentor Session Mentor Julia SauerhaftNoyce 1021 - McKlveen Biology SeminarThu Oct 028 p.m
- Astronomy Group MeetingNoyce 1022 - Musser Physics SeminarFri Oct 034:15 p.m