Faculty in the Department of Physics and Astronomy are engaged in a wide variety of research projects. All students who major in Physics are strongly encouraged to take advantage of this unique research opportunity which may take the form of a specific project with credit given in a course such as PHYS 399-Research Problems in Physics or may involve the student as a paid undergraduate research assistant. Quite often this work will lead to an opportunity for the student to make a formal presentation at a local, state or national scientific conference. This practical research experience often proves extremely beneficial to the student when seeking employment or admission to graduate programs.
Tim Morgan at the Posters-at-the-Capitol in Frankfort.