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COVID 19: Links to helpful resources

Instructors continue to prepare for remote teaching for spring term, which begins on March 30. The Office of the Provost sent faculty and graduate employees information and guidance about connecting with students, livestreaming courses, accessibility, and other academic matters for the coming term. An academic continuity page continues to be updated with information for instructors. As a critical student service, the University Counseling Center will remain open during spring term for in-person appointments and drop-in therapy, while adhering to CDC health guidelines. Additional ...

NOTICE: Physics Department Office Closed

In order to reduce the risk of exposure to students, staff, and faculty, and in response to the emergent COVID-19 situation, the Physics Department administrative office will be closed beginning March 17, 2020 for the coming weeks. Updates about university closures can be found here

During this period, the office will provide service remotely. Email and phone messages will be checked regularly.

Refer to your March 20th ‘Package Deliveries’ e-mail for more information on FedEx, UPS, USPS delivery process.

Please use the following contact information


Physics students presenting at 2020 Undergraduate Research Symposium

We are thrilled to see so many of our Physics students presenting at this year’s Undergraduate Research Symposium.

Mark your calendars: The Symposium YouTube channel will host live-streaming oral and poster presentations beginning at 10 a.m. on May 21.


Time-SPIDER: Characterizing the Electric Field of Pulsed LASERs: Jeremy Guenza-Marcus—Physics and MathFaculty Mentor(s): Brian Smith Session 1: It’s a Science ThingQuantifying precise measurements is critical