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“All science is either physics or stamp collecting.” Ernest Rutherford (1871-1937)
Are you interested in String Theory? Astronomy? The marvels of modern engineering? Or anything in between? Then the Madison College Physics Club is the group for you! Physics Club is a student led group that hosts various activities over the semester. Past (and potential future) activities include study groups, discussion groups, guest speakers, outings and field trips, and social activities. Officer positions are available. Madison College members who want to get on the official list and have access to the club's site should contact the physical sciences department. A list of physical science department personnel is available on the department's official website (link provided); otherwise, talk to your instructor if you are taking a physical science class.
Physics Club members. Those that are on the official Physics Club Link page where the college clubs are maintained should have received two emails lately. One to ask if you want to remain a member and another with a link to a survey on possible meeting times for this semester. Please respond to these. College members not currently in the club can request to be added via the Link which can be accessed through your student center portal.
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Welcome back returning students and welcome new students. We need club leadership and involved members if we want to do any activities this semester. If interested contact the club through the college LINK page, message this page, or the physical sciences department.
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Curious or interested in the world of physics, astronomy or engineering? Come and participate the Physics and Astronomy Club meetings this semester. Spring 2015 meetings are Wednesdays 9:00am in B3200A in the main Truax building. At the first meeting we'll decide if we are meeting every week or every other week. First meeting February 11, 2015. Physics club is run by its student members; members who show up at the meetings, plan the events for the semester. Possible activities include: video viewings, study groups, science experiments, science parties, discussion groups, guest speakers, and field trips.