Every semester, the Student Advisory Board attempts to gauge the quality of student life through a department-wide survey. In previous years, we have identified issues ranging from a need for a stronger community to inadequate resources for students perusing undergraduate research.
This semester, we want to hear your story. Tell us your opinions on the department, what we could do better, and where we are doing well. Fill out the survey here.
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The Physics Student Advisory Board Applications are now closed. Thank you to everyone who applied, we had a record number of applications and a very strong applicant pool. We hope, whether or not we were able to admit you, that you continue to stay interested in department affairs.
We are looking for dedicated Physics majors interested in working to improve their department. The Physics Student Advisory Board is a board of about 10 students from the department of physics. The board works closely with the Department of Physics and the College of Engineering to make the department better. PhySAB represents the Physics student body and advises department administrators. The advisory board changes every year and has representatives for each class.