Winter 2016 Events

Hello physics students!

Tomorrow we will have our first event at Griffith Observatory. If you would like to come, please sign up for carpooling in the club room (8-209). Come to the club room at 5 pm tomorrow to leave for the observatory. Make sure to bring your student ID so we can get you a student ticket. While we’re there, everyone will be allowed to look at whatever exhibits they want, and then we’ll watch the planetarium show together. Afterward, we will visit a nearby restaurant.

During the week of February 1st, we will have our first Science Cafe of the year, featuring Dr. Kai Lam from our Physics Department as our speaker. Please come for free food and to hear Dr. Lam speak.

If you are interested in visiting SpaceX, please make sure to sign up! There will be a sign up sheet posted on the club room fridge. We plan to make the visit sometime during week seven of the quarter.

Finally, our annual camping trip will be at the beginning of spring break! This year, we will be visiting Zion, Utah. There are only 36 spots available, so please make sure to sign up. This sign up sheet will also be posted on the fridge. It’s $35 to attend this year, so make sure to pay to secure your spot. We will be leaving on the Friday of finals week and will stay for 2 to 3 days.

We look forward to seeing everyone at our next meeting on the fourth of February!

Upcoming Dates

Hello everyone!

Our next meeting will be at noon next Thursday in Building 3 Room 2011. We will be announcing different events we might have in the future.

Also keep in mind that club dues must be turned in by October 30th, this Friday. You can come into the club room to turn them in. Dues are $35, unless you don’t want national SPS membership, then it’s $30.

Finally, T-shirt designs are due on November 4th. If you have a design, you can email it to physicsclubcpp@gmail.com .

 

Welcome!

Hello everyone! Here’s a big welcome to all freshman and transfer students, and welcome back to all other Cal Poly students. If you are new to the physics club, feel free to visit us in the club room, located in building 8, room 209. We are a great community and resource for all physics majors and minors! Throughout the school year, the club plans lots of fun activities and outings, and the club room is a great place to study and hang out on a day-to-day basis. Come check us out!

Future SPS Events

Thursday, May 7th: Bowling with the faculty! This will take place at 5:30 pm at Oak Tree Lanes. The cost of bowling is covered, but if you want, you can bring money for food.
Oak Tree Lanes
990 N Diamond Bar Blvd
Diamond Bar, CA 91765

Wednesday, May 20th: Science Cafe at 6:00 pm. More information will be announced soon.

Tuesday, June 2nd: Physics Department Barbecue. It will be at 11:30 am on the lawn in front of building 8. It is not necessary for the students to bring food.

Welcome New E-board Members!

Last Thursday, the club held a meeting to elect new E-board members for the 2015-2016 school year. Here are the results:

President: Julian Andrews
Vice president: Matt Witt
Secretary: Ian Marsh
Treasurer: Emran Karzai
Historian: Lauren Keyes
Science Council representative: Richard Picard

Congratulations to the new members, and here’s to another great year in the Physics Club!

Physics Club Announcements

We have some new events to announce! Come to our club meeting & pizza with the faculty candidate Thursday Feb 5th @ 12:00 in room 3-2011.  We will be revealing our annual camping trip location at this meeting!

Other Events this Quarter;

1)  Bowling with the Faculty Feb 20th.  Friday 5:30pm at Oak Tree Lanes.

2)  Broomball with KME.  Feb 27th Friday Midnight at Ontario Ice Center Bring $10

3)  Physics Outreach w/ Dr. Sadaghiani.  Feb 25th  Wednesday, Elementary School near Mt. Sac.  More info at Club  meeting

Hope to see you there!  T-Shirts are coming soon!($15)

E-Board is Still Collecting Dues!

There has been some confusion about the Oct 31st due date. That specific due date was for National SPS membership. We are still accepting dues ($30) for the club you just won’t receive National SPS Membership. If you pay you dues now it will go to things like reimbursements for carpooling, food for the camping trip, pizza at movie nights, t-shirts etc. We still need your help to keep having all of the fun events! Please pay your dues!!!

Also no movie night 11/26.

 

 

Events for Fall 2014

Events for this quarter;

Women in physics dinner; with Dr. Mogge.  Wednesday November 12.  For more info contact SPS

Griffith field trip; November 14… meet at physics club room 8-209   6:00pm.  For more info contact SPS

Movie Night; every Wednesday at 7pm, 3-2011.  Check with SPS on showing schedule

Club meets every other Thursday. Thursday 30, 2014 is a club meeting. Room 8-209

Please come by the Clubroom anytime if you have any questions or would like to meet new people! (8-209)

Live long and prosper

Upcoming SPS Events!

Hello Everyone!

We are having a club meeting this Thursday February 21st in room 209, which we will be discussing exciting events coming up.

One of the events coming up is Broom Ball, with KME and CSS. Broom ball is a sport where everybody goes to an ice rink and plays hockey with broomsticks and a ball (no ice skates).
The night of broom ball is Friday night, technically Saturday morning at 12:00 am. Broom ball will be 10 dollars per person, you can carpool with the club at 12:00 am or show up at the rink with your money.
We will also be having Science cafe on March 8th at 7:00 pm at Applebees on Grand. Science Cafe is an event where a guest speaker and students discuss science over food and drink. Our speaker will be Dr. Mallinckrodt and he will be discussing black holes.
The first weekend of Spring break the physics club will be going to Joshua Tree for our annual camping trip. The deadline to sign up for the trip is March 1st either in the club room or on Facebook.
Movie Nights will be on Wednesday at 7:00 pm.
Before the meeting the Physics department will be having a research open house where you will be able to see what all the professors are working on in their labs.

Hope to see you all at the meeting.
Thank You
Secretary Marc Pearson