Which LAC is best for physics?


by fuyixing
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fuyixing
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Dec18-10, 06:59 PM
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Which LACs are best for physics? It seems that more LACs are stronger in social science
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eri
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Dec18-10, 07:47 PM
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Top liberal arts colleges are good in most subjects they offer. Make sure they have 5+ physicists on staff (many do) so you'll have a range of research projects available. I studied physics at Smith, did research on campus and at other great schools and labs in college, and got into a range of graduate schools. Just finished my PhD and got a great postdoc.
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Dec20-10, 05:18 PM
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There are a many excellent programs around for physics in LACs, a few that come to my mind are:

Bucknell
Harvey Mudd
Williams
Wesleyan


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