Two of our physics majors, Tim Sanders and Henry Swain, recently went to Arecibo Observatory, the single largest telescope in the world, for the Undergraduate Alfalfa Team workshop. They are doing research with Dr. Kim Coble this semester analyzing data from the
Physics Education major Angela Moore was one of five students nationally chosen by
the American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT) for the Barbara Lotze Scholarship for Future Teachers.
Dr. Mardis had a paper published from her ongoing collaboration with chemists at Argonne
Poluektov, O. G., Niklas, J., Mardis, K. L., Beaupré, S., Leclerc, M., Villegas, C.,
Erten-Ela, S., Delgado, J. L., Martín, N., Sperlich, A. and Dyakonov, V. (2014), Electronic
Structure of Fullerene Heterodimer in Bulk-Heterojunction Blends. Adv. Energy Mater..
The Department of Chemistry, Physics, and Engineering Studies offers Bachelor of Science
degrees in Chemistry and Physics, as well as courses in physical science and a foundational
program for further study in engineering. Our students have a chemistry club (NOBCChE),
a physics club (Society of Physics Students), and are starting a student chapter of
the National Science Teachers Association. We've implemented innovations in teaching
and assessment, and we maintain active research programs. Check out some of our photos,
and meet our faculty and staff.
|Dr. Garcia with his research students Karen and Chaan who conducted particle physics
research at CERN in Switzerland in Summer 2011.
||Dr. Mardis watches on as Kiara presents her research at the American Chemical Society
National Conference in San Diego, CA in March 2012.
Chemistry majors desiring to set a time to meet with an advisor should use the chemistry advising site. Physics majors and Engineering Studies students should contact the departmental
office (x2180) to be connected to the advisor on duty.
Interested in an internship? The department compiles information about potential
internships in the city and the nation available to chemistry and physics students.
Click here for the internship web site.
Scholarship programs are available for motivated students seeking to further their
careers in science. For instance, MBRS provides support for undergraduates who plan
to pursue graduate degrees. Click here for Minority Biomedical Research Support (MBRS)
The department is also very active in pre-service and in-service teacher education.
The science education portal, CSU Teach Science, provides Noyce Scholar and PhysTEC
teacher education programs, as well as other science education initiatives. Click here for "CSU Teach Science.org"
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