The physics department provides an education in the fundamental processes of the physical world with thorough study in both the classroom and laboratory.
In addition to the full spectrum of undergraduate coursework, we offer many opportunities to participate in research projects both on and off campus. Qualified students may begin research projects as early as their first year.
Occidental has been identified as an institution with a high rate of female physics majors by the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory (NHMFL).
May 1, 2014, 4:30 - 7:30pm in HSC 107
2013 Sterling Award!!
Congratulations to Professor Snowden-Ifft! He was named the 2013 recipient of the Sterling Award during the Convocation Ceremony. Each year the Advisory Council seeks nominations for the Graham L. Sterling Memorial Award. The Sterling Award is given annually "in recognition of strong teaching and service to the college, and in particular, distinguished professional achievement, either in the form of significant publication, creative work, or public performance". Professor Snowden-Ifft exemplifies this description.
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(2013 Sterling Award Recipient) (2013 & 2010 Sterling Award Recipients)
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