The Department of Physics gives students a chance to study the fundamental laws of nature and their application to the exploration of the universe in a friendly, engaging environment. The department offers three degree programs, a Bachelor of Science in Space Physics (BSSP), which prepares students for careers in science and aerospace or for graduate programs in physics, astronomy and astrophysics, a Bachelor of Science in Astronomy (BSA), and a Bachelor of Science in Wildlife Science.

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Submissions from 2013

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Limits on Violations of Lorentz Symmetry from Gravity Probe B, Quentin G. Bailey, Ryan D. Everett, and James M. Overduin

Submissions from 2011

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Light-bending Tests of Lorentz Invariance, Quentin G. Bailey and Rhondale Tso

Submissions from 2010

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Lorentz-violating Gravitoelectromagnetism, Quentin G. Bailey

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Lorentz Violation with an Antisymmetric Tensor, Quentin G. Bailey, Brett Altschul, and V. Alan Kostelecky

Submissions from 2009

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Time Delay and Doppler Tests of the Lorentz Symmetry of Gravity, Quentin G. Bailey

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Catching Relativity Violations with Atoms, Quentin G. Bailey