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Student Forum Info Session: So, Is the Cat Dead or Alive?

cat in a boxFrom Helena Awad ’16:

Need half a credit but want to take a ~fun~ and ~easy~ class? Consider taking “So, is the cat dead or alive?”: 200-Level Physics for Non-NSM Students!! This course is a student forum co-taught by Will Jasmine ‘16 and Helena Awad ’16. The course will cover various physics/biophysics topics that aren’t taught in an intro-level class (such as quantum mechanics, energy transfer, molecular dynamics simulations, etc). Absolutely no familiarity with physics required! Commitment: 1.25 hours of class time per week.

There will be an INTEREST MEETING on TUESDAY, JANUARY 26th from 8-9 PM in 41 WYLLYS, ROOM 112. Note: the class might not meet at this time weekly– we’ll decide on a time at the meeting. If you’re interested in the forum but can’t make the meeting, please email hawad[at]wesleyan[dot]edu or wjasmine[at]wesleyan[dot]edu and we’ll try to make something work!

Date: Tuesday, January 26
Time: 8-9 PM
Place: 41 Wyllys, Room 112