Delve into the theoretical and practical aspects of physics — a field fundamental to the science, engineering and technology industries.
Benefit from innovative teaching methods with an emphasis on active classroom experiences. Learn in cutting-edge environments, guided by the best ideas from leading physics education researchers.
Enjoy a learn-by-doing approach that begins with a first-year introductory class taught without formal lectures and continues in upper-division courses where students work on sophisticated, open-ended projects.
Work in teams to make a wide range of computer-aided measurements to study physics principles and collect and analyze real data (the way a professional scientist would) to discover how physics works in the real world.
Work with a diverse group of peers: 30 percent of our physics students are women and 30 percent are from Hawai'i.
Pacific is hosting its first international motorcycle studies conference beginning Thursday evening July 25, and ending with a getaway ride on Sunday morning, July 28.
Renowned physicist Shane Larson to present "Feeling Small in a Big Cosmos," which explores humans' place in the universe.
Lawrence “Mick” Davis ’05 received a grant from the state of Oregon to write a textbook for Umpqua Community College (UCC) in Roseburg, Ore., where he currently teaches.