A current list of TA's is kept in the People section of our website.
Mailboxes are located on the wall of the North hallway on the second floor of the Leifson Physics building (or on one of the outside walls of the Goudsmidt Conference Room, LP 208). The mailboxes are recessed into the wall and alphabetized. If you cannot find your TA's mailbox, please stop by the main physics office for assistance.
Physics labs are held in the following rooms: DMS 201, 203, 208, 209, 210, 212, all of which are on the second floor of the Davidson Math and Science Building. Signs are posted designating which lab will be held in which room for a given lab time. If you would like to look at a schedule in advance, please refer to the Student Labs page.
To save students textbook costs, labs are posted online, and can be downloaded in PDF format. To find your specific lab, visit the undergraduate laboratory page, and select the correct week and physics class. All physics classes with the same number have the same lab.
Your physics instructor will have a mailbox located on the second floor of the LP building. Mailboxes are located on the east side of the hallway recessed in the wall, with your instructor's name printed on the mailbox. If you can't find your instructor's name, feel free to stop by the physics office and ask for further assistance.
The Goudsmidt Conference Room can be reserved by: Checking the calendar to see if the conference room is free
If it is, emailing the Physics office email address listed with the time and date. Please note, some events may require approval from the department chair.
Tutoring in physics is offered through the Student Academic Skills Center.
Please note, that although physics courses and their laboratories are co-requisites, it is okay to take the lecture portion of the course one semester and then take the laboratory portion subsequently.
Physics comprehensive and qualifying exams are located in the library reserves. A selection of these is also hosted on the physics website under undergraduate resources
The physics computer lab is available for use to all University of Nevada students. To get an account, please visit the physics office and fill out a "Request for Computer Account" form. In approximately 48 hours, you will receive your access information.
Your personal information can be updated for the University through MyNEVADA. In addition, please stop by the physics department and update your information with us as well.