Welcome from the Chair
On behalf of the Department of Physics and Astronomy, I welcome you to this web site where you will find information about the department, our faculty and students, and the facilities we have available for teaching and research. Sections of this site are devoted to undergraduates considering a major in our department and to applicants to our graduate program. Please don't hesitate to contact any member of our department with questions you may have.
100 Allen Hall Schedule
100 Allen Hall, the Department Main Office, is open in-person 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM Monday through Friday with varying staff. Most staff are available remotely from 8:30 AM-5:00 PM.
|Monday: Lou Lane, Mary Weiher, Michele Slogan, Ashley Bakaitus (SRCC)|
|Tuesday: Lou Lane, Cindy Niznik, Gracie Gollinger, Ashley Bakaitus (SRCC)|
|Wednesday: Lou Lane, Michele Slogan, Gracie Gollinger, Brandi McClain, Alexander Johnson (SRCC)|
|Thursday: Lou Lane, Mary Weiher, Alexander Johnson (SRCC)|
|Friday: Lou Lane, Cindy Niznik (SRCC)|
|Remote Only: Bob Breze|
Brief History of the Department
The Department of Physics and Astronomy has a long and distinguished history of innovative research and outstanding teaching, from its founding in 1867 and the work of its first chair Samuel Pierpont Langley to internationally recognized research efforts in a wide range of topics by the current faculty.