Physics & Astronomy

The Department of Physics and Astronomy prepares students as research physicists, lead engineers, professors, high school teachers, and for many other positions. 

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Quality Teaching, Individual Attention

We are dedicated to quality teaching in the classroom and in the laboratory. We also pride ourselves on the individual attention we give to our students. Upper-level physics courses typically enroll between 10-15 students. Click here for the current Undergraduate Bulletin for the Department of Physics Astronomy (2019-2021).

Student Research Opportunities

Department of Physics/Astronomy faculty are active in many areas of physics research, including:
  • astronomy/astrophysics
  • experimental particle physics (PANDA collaboration)
  • condensed matter physics/nanotechnology
  • physics teaching and learning
  • history and philosophy of physics

Most physics majors conduct one-on-one physics research with a faculty member.

University of Wisconsin Oshkosh

Physics & Astronomy

N. Halsey Science Center, Rm. 337
921 Elmwood Ave.

 

Department Chair

Dr. Carey Woodward
920-929-1158
woodwardr@uwosh.edu

 

Administrative Assistant

Mary Margaret Hollstein
920-424-4433
hollsteinm@uwosh.edu

 

More contact information

Hours

Department Office Hours
Monday 1–4:30
Tuesday 1–4:30
Thursday 1:30–4:30

Chair's Office Hours
Friday 11:30–12:30

 

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