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13 Feb Physics and Astronomy Undergraduate Research at the University of Iowa



The University of Iowa Department of Physics and Astronomy provides comprehensive and rigorous instruction, as well as research facilities and guidance in selected specialties for individual scholarly work.

With over 32,000 students, the University of Iowa is one of the nation’s top public research universities, a member of the Big Ten conference since 1899, and an Association of American Universities member since 1909.

Iowa is known around the world for its balanced commitment to the arts, sciences, and humanities. It’s home to one of the nation’s largest academic medical centers, the pioneering Iowa Writers’ Workshop, and hundreds of options for affordable, accessible education.

The University of Iowa is located in the casual, yet cosmopolitan environment of Iowa City, widely recognized as one of the country’s most livable communities.

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  • Ken Neveski
    Posted at 18:30h, 13 February

    Thank you for the video. My son here in Connecticut is probably head to Iowa physics. We visited a few months ago and loved the campus. We didn't have time to see much of the facilities at Van Allen. We did sit in on a Physics III lecture by Prof. Boggess, which was nice, but that was about it. My son is VERY theoretical, but he knows he'll have to get involved with hands-on research. (He's actually getting some now. He luckily got picked to help at a local biology lab at Yale. Biology is not really his passion, but he's getting valuable research experience.) Hopefully we can go back in the next few months to see more of Van Allen. Do they have a physics mentoring program at Iowa, where an upperclassman will take a underclassman under his/her wing?? Any other support system?

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