Undergraduate Physics at
Emory University has some of the brightest science students in the country. If you are in this group and are interested in understanding the physical world—from sub-atomic particles to the cosmos--you should consider majoring in physics. All physics courses, without exception, are taught by full-time faculty members. It's easy to get involved in exciting undergraduate research projects and establish close working relationships with faculty members of your choice. Our research groups in biophysics, soft condensed matter and theoretical physics are internationally recognized.
NEWS & NOTES!
Advising and Registration are Underway!
All majors are required to be advised by their physics adviser prior to registering for the Fall 2014 semester.
The Physics Chapter of the Society of Physics Students has been chartered by the Emory Student Government Association. Many thanks to all the members of this and past year's SPS executive board for achieving this goal.
Dr. Jed Brody is the Director of Undergraduate Studies.
If you require any assistance, Dr. Brody may be reached by email at email@example.com or you may stop by his office at MSC N308.
"Most of the fundamental ideas of science are essentially simple, and may, as a rule, be expressed in a language comprehensible to everyone."