The Society of Physics Students at Columbia University
The Society of Physics Students at Columbia University is a student-run club which aims to provide a forum for students interested in physics to meet in an informal setting.
During the academic year, the SPS meets every Thursday evening at 7:00 p.m. in 831 Pupin Laboratories. Free food is served. Several times each semester, students or professors present their research, or graduate physics students make advising presentations. To receive emails about our weekly meetings and other news, email firstname.lastname@example.org
. All are welcome to come and enjoy the free food and ever-stimulating conversation. The SPS has a lounge (Pupin 612 and 614) open for physics majors and other SPS attendees.
Please browse around our website to find out some more about us!
Weekly Happenings in the Physics Department
Interested in attending a colloqium and learn about advances in cutting-edge science? Check out the list of Spring 2013 colloquia
to see a list of researchers coming to Columbia University this semester to give a lecture about advances in their research area.
for a list of events of the Columbia astronomy department.
Not receiving our weekly updates via email?
If that is the case and you would like to be informed about what is happening at Columbia SPS, send us an email to our email address (see on the left) and we will be happy to add you to our mailing list.
Come support the Society tomorrow during our liquid nitrogen ice cream fundraiser! We'll be outside Pupin from 11-4 tomorrow, 9/27. Hope to see you there!
Applying to a graduate program? You should check out our notes from the graduate school application discussion panel held at Columbia in the physics department in Fall 2009. See links to the notes on the Graduate School Applications Panel Discussion
Interested in Summer research program or attending an upcoming symposium leading to numerous exciting research opportunities? Check out our Opportunities for Students