From the spritely freshman to the seasoned senior, we all have questions to ask. Here are some that have common answers:
- Where is the Physics Department?
- We are located on the 8th through 10th floors in 726 Broadway. Up until May 2017, we were located in Meyer Hall, but now the Psychology & Neuroscience Department has sole possession of that building.
- Where do physics people hang out?
- We're peppered around a few places in 726 Broadway. The social epicenter of the physics undergraduates is Room 1014, right across from the administration offices.
- When and where are SPS meetings?
- We meet every Thursday at 7PM. Since the full meetings would overrun Room 1014, we will be meeting in Room 1067, a CQP conference room.
- Do I have to be a physics major to join SPS or attend an SPS meeting?
- Absolutely not! We like hearing stuff from all different walks of life. Just keep in mind: we are a bunch of nerds peeps who enjoy math-y things, so there is bound to be a plethora of mathematics referenced in our meetings. The only requirement to attend our meetings is that you must be affiliated with NYU, i.e. a student, faculty, staff, or alumni member.
- What is the mentorship program?
- Read all about it here!
Director of Undergraduate Studies
Assistant Director of Undergraduate Studies
- Brookhaven Undergraduate Laboratory Internship
- Kansas State University REU
- Los Alamos Undergraduate Program
- MIT Lincoln Lab Summer Research Program
- NASA Jet Propulsion Lab Summer Program
- University of Michigan - CERN Summer REU
- Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory - Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internship
- Northwestern University REU