Physics & Astronomy
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The UNH Department of Physics & Astronomy has about 22 teaching faculty, 25 research faculty and research scientists, 60 undergraduate students and 60 graduate students. It houses state-of-the-art educational and laboratory facilities and is engaged in world-class research in a number of areas. The affiliated UNH Observatory is open to the public.
Physics Help Center
PHYS 401/402/407/408 students:
Drop by the Physics Help Center in DeMeritt 238, where you can work on your homework problems and get help if you get stuck. No appointment required.
The help center will open on the Tuesday after Labor Day (9/5), and it will run up to and including the final day of classes (12/11).
In-person in Demeritt 238
|Monday||11 am - 12 noon|
1 pm - 4 pm
1 pm - 2 pm
|Friday||2 pm - 3 pm|
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