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Undergraduate student Chandra Turpen and Professor Zack Schlesinger prepare to transfer liquid helium into an infrared detector.
Undergraduate student Chandra Turpen and Professor Zack Schlesinger prep. [More]

 

Small Classes - Large Faculty/Student Ratios

  • Taught by professors, not teaching assistants (i.e., graduate students)
  • Junior-senior level classes with 10-20 students
  • Introductory classes having only 2-3 times that number

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