Resources and Links
American Institute of Physics
(AIP) and American Physical
Society are sources for a great deal of information including
employment and education statistics, news, events, speakers,
special topics, and much more.
Shopper contains many data sheets for available physics and
astrophysics graduate programs. This is going to be something
you'll want to spend a lot of time with as you begin to think about
Note: We have past official GRE Physics exams in the department.
Ask Dr. Kosik or Dr. Murphy about where to find them. Do not use
the purple book by REA.
Yahoo Group and PhysicsGRE.com provide hints
on preparing for the GRE.
Experiences for Undergraduates (REUs) are a great way to get
research experience. They are summer paying programs held at
schools across the nation.
Data contains any physics information that you could ever need;
e.g., constants, spectra, atomic characteristics, half lives,
Physics 2000 has
applets that make it easier to visualize some topics in