Our Physics and Space Science seminar series is designed to expose our students to ongoing research and career opportunities. This seminar takes place six times per semester during the fall and spring semester, in conjunction with our Capstone courses (PHYS 4371, PHYS 4372, PHYS 6837 and PHYS 6838). These talks are open to the public. Continuing education credits are available.
To register, visit our online registration Web site (under Professional Development click the "Physics Seminar Series" link). For assistance, call the Center for Educational Programs at 281-283-3530. If you are not pursuing a credit, you are still welcome to attend at no charge. All talks take place Monday evenings in STEM 1203, they start at 7 p.m.
University credit is available for the series in two ways. Physics majors can receive class credit by signing up for one of the capstone courses. Students not enrolled in the program can also earn continuing education certificates through this series. The cost is $15 per individual seminar, $40 for any three seminars, or $99 for the entire series.