Augustana College, Rock Island, Illinois

Physics is the study of matter and energy and their interactions in the fields of mechanics, acoustics, heat, electricity, magnetism, optics, quantum mechanics, elementary particles, condensed matter, and cosmology. A physics major is a good choice for students planning a career in scientific research, engineering, and teaching. Augustana's program prepares students who have these goals, within the context of a liberal arts foundation. 

       Alumni  •  physics and engineering students  •  Physics Club  •  Sigma Pi Sigma 2017
      Astronomy  •  CCD camera  •  Orion using the D70  •  General photos
     Careers using physics  •  Teaching  •  Who's hiring physics BAs?  •  Ongoing research
    Courses offered:  Fall 2017  •  Winter 2017-2018  •  Spring 2018


CERN researcher Derek Strom
The Higg's boson discovery

Physics and Astronomy Courses - Fall 2017

  ASTR 311  The Solar System
  PHYS 101  Principles of Physics I
  PHYS 201  Basic Physics I
  PHYS 301  Introduction to Modern Physics

  PHYS 311  Electricity and Magnetism
  PHYS 325  Experimental Astrophysics
  PHYS 352  Advanced Lab III
   Faculty  •  staffing  •  webmaster
  Physics lab assistants and instructors
 Pre-Engineering  •  Major in Engineering Physics 
•  Main Physics website

        American Institute of Physics  •  AIP-Stats
       APS  •  AAPT - Illinois section  •  national  
      Hanson Science Hall - photos from Aug. 2, 2010
     John Deere Chapter of Sigma Xi    
    Physics links - Argonne, Fermilab, grad schools, ...
   Science at Augustana  •  Astronomy Photos
  Space elevators  •  The 1905 Theories  •  Einstein quotes
 Wolfram Alpha


 

Physics Club activities

Last update:  Aug. 3, 2017