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Physics at Brown

alternamomalternamom Registered User Posts: 15 New Member
edited April 2012 in Brown University
Anyone have information about studying physics at Brown, particularly how well it is taught and how accessible professors are?
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Replies to: Physics at Brown

  • swim2daendswim2daend Registered User Posts: 2,497 Senior Member
    I have a friend who's a physics concentrator and loves it. From the most part, it seems that the lower level physics classes aren't very fun, but if you like physics, Brown definitely gives you a nice exposure. I know the physics/math department host weekly seminars on things related to physics (or at least did last year). I wouldn't say we have the BEST physics department in the country, but it's definitely notable.
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