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Why study physics?

A degree in physics provides valuable research and critical thinking skills which prepare students for a variety of careers. We offer physics majors and graduate students a high quality physics education with small classes in a research oriented environment. The programs are implemented by faculty who are excellent teachers and also maintain active, world-class research programs.

Our small class sizes, ground-breaking research opportunities, and one-on-one interaction with world class professors are just a few reasons to join our program.

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Graduate Program

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Undergraduate Program

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Student Research

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Learning Center Hours

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35th Jim Isenberg Pacific Coast Gravity Meeting

35th Jim Isenberg Pacific Coast Gravity Meeting

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The 35th Jim Isenberg Pacific Coast Gravity Meeting will be held at Utah State University, Logan, UT, on March 29 and 30, 2019. In the tradition of the Pacific Coast Gravity Meetings, students and postdocs are strongly encouraged to participate.

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Over 150 Undergraduate Women came to Utah State University, one of 12 host sites for the Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physics or CUWiP.

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