We offer undergraduate programs in Physics and Environmental Physics, as well as several joint degree programs with other disciplines. Graduate programs are offered at the M.Sc. level in Physics and Physical Oceanography and at the Ph.D. level in Atomic and Molecular Physics, in Physical Oceanography, in Condensed Matter Physics and in Theoretical Physics.
The Physics and Physical Oceanography Society will be having a brunch on Thursday, June 4th, from 9:00AM to 12:00PM in the Physics Seminar Room (C3024). This is the first event for the new executive, and part of the profit will go towards funding for the Atlantic Universities Physics and Astronomy Conference that MUN will be hosting in February of 2016.
Plates will be $7.00, and will consist of 2 slices of toast, 2 pancakes, 2 eggs, 2 sausages, 4 pieces of bacon, and a drink. Substitutions can be made!
We hope to see you all there!
As part of the 8th Annual Science Rendezvous we had a visitation on the weekend with hundreds of keen young scientists who got a chance to see some exciting physics in action. And they all had their 15 seconds of fame as there was a news piece on NTV news the following night. The Department thanks Mike Morrow. in particular, and the other contributors to the open house including Anand Yethiraj, Ania Harlick, Ed Hayden, Daiying Zhang, Erica Hayward, Chen Wei, Justin Elms, Theo Stanoev and Chris Miranda. Mike describe the afternoon as very busy but great fun.