Society of Physics Students
You have reached the website of the Society of Physics Students (SPS) at the University of New Hampshire (UNH)
The Society of Physics Students is an organization composed of undergraduate physics students and students interested in physics who meet outside of physics classes.
SPS is a great place for physics students to meet and socialize with others who are similarly interested in physics, while also providing information on research opportunities in physics, good classes to take, physics collequia, or even just actual physics from the upper level physics students.
SPS organizes recreational activities for our members such as movie nights, pool nights (billiards), sport nights, open houses (with cool stuff like Liquid N2 ice cream), group lunches with physics faculty members, mountain hikes, among other activities.
Our UNH Chapter of SPS meets in the undergraduate physics lounge, room 339 in DeMeritt. Our membership and activities are funded by the UNH Physics Deptartment in exchange for free weekly tutoring sessions for all undergraduate physics classes (PHYS 400-799, though primarily 400- level courses).
This page has more info about joining the UNH Society of Physics Students.
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