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Department of Physics

Spring 2017 Laboratory Instructional Assistant Application

Please use the following link if you would like to apply for a laboratory instructional assistant position in spring with the Department of Physics:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/PhysIAAppSp17



The Department of Physics offers both Bachelor of Science and a Bachelor of Arts degree in physics, as well as Master’s of Science degrees in physics and in materials physics. An innovative, multidisciplinary PhD in Materials Science, Engineering, and Commercialization (MSEC) is also available to students who continue beyond a Master's degree. Faculty in the department pursue a variety of exciting research interests with focus areas including materials physics, physics education research, and astronomy. The department also makes a strong effort to engage all students, both undergraduate and graduate, in supporting both the teaching and research missions of the department by offering multiple opportunities to contribute to our department as a laboratory instructor, learning assistants, or student worker. For more information on particular aspects of the department, please explore our site and feel free to contact us with your questions.

Physics Department Events

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Python Club - Weekly Meeting

Location:
Roy F Mitte (RFM); 3223
Cost:
N/A
Contact:
Cody Blakeney
Campus Sponsor:
Physics

Meet other students who are interested in the Python computing language, especially as it applies to physics. Get together, solve puzzles in Python, and add a great skill to your resume!

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Society of Physics Students - Weekly Meeting

Location:
Roy F Mitte (RFM); 3223
Cost:
N/A
Contact:
Colin Donnelly
Campus Sponsor:
Physics


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Python Club - Weekly Meeting

Location:
Roy F Mitte (RFM); 3223
Cost:
N/A
Contact:
Cody Blakeney
Campus Sponsor:
Physics

Meet other students who are interested in the Python computing language, especially as it applies to physics. Get together, solve puzzles in Python, and add a great skill to your resume!

more about event

Society of Physics Students - Weekly Meeting

Location:
Roy F Mitte (RFM); 3223
Cost:
N/A
Contact:
Colin Donnelly
Campus Sponsor:
Physics


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NDSU DBER REU application deadline

Location:
Roy F Mitte (RFM)
Cost:
N/A
Contact:
Hunter Close, 5122458103
Campus Sponsor:
Physics

We are excited to announce the 5th year of our summer REU in discipline-based education at North Dakota State University. Our program is an excellent opportunity for students interested in learning and teaching of STEM at the undergraduate level. Over a 10-week period during the summer, students are immersed in a cohort of undergraduate scholars to get hands-on research experience in discipline-based education research. Students are housed on-campus and earn a $5000 stipend. 

Students may have the opportunity to present their research at a national conference with travel support from our REU. Additional travel funding is available for travel to and from Fargo for those in financial need. 

Our program begins May 30, 2017 and runs through August 5, 2017. Applications due January 27, 2017.

For more information, including descriptions of potential research projects, please visit http://www.ndsu.edu/cider/reu/

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Email Jennifer Momsen (jennifer.momsen@ndsu.edu) or Warren Christensen (warren.christensen@ndsu.edu)


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Python Club - Weekly Meeting

Location:
Roy F Mitte (RFM); 3223
Cost:
N/A
Contact:
Cody Blakeney
Campus Sponsor:
Physics

Meet other students who are interested in the Python computing language, especially as it applies to physics. Get together, solve puzzles in Python, and add a great skill to your resume!

more about event

Society of Physics Students - Weekly Meeting

Location:
Roy F Mitte (RFM); 3223
Cost:
N/A
Contact:
Colin Donnelly
Campus Sponsor:
Physics


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