Department of Physics

universe with quote from carl sagan

 

 

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The 2018 Physics Graduation Dinner is happening May 5!

Get your letter and registration form as a PDF here.

or sign up online .

We're excited to offer these courses this fall!

We're Looking for Talent!  

Position Open:  Computational Physicist  

Welcome!

Why study Physics? Physics is a fundamental science that is the basis of all sciences from chemistry, engineering, to medicine. What do physicists do?  We ask questions such as what is matter made of? The answers we get from our theoretical models and high-energy experiments are applied to study microscopic and macroscopic properties of matter, to diagnose, treat, and manage diseases and disorders, and to study the origin and evolution of the entire universe.

Small class sizes, world-class research, and individual attention - that is what you will get at the Department of Physics at Muline State.  Come join us!

Colloquium
Our Colloquia, coming soon: 

"Star Trek, Chuck Yeager, gamma-ray bursts and pulsars: antennas inspired by faster-than-light motion - real and fictional - in our universe" - Dr. John Singleton, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Friday, May 25 in McL 258.

See the full Spring 2018 schedule.