Hi, I am a nuclear medicine major. Recently changed from nursing. This semester I am taking college physics I and in order to remain a full time student I took on a directed study in which you research a topic/solve problems and write a paper on the matter. I was told I should do it on something related to physics which would go towards a physics minor. Considering that the other classes necessary for my major are all the courses needed for a minor, so this one thing that I have to do anyways for extra credits towards my GPA- why not get something more out of it, like a physics minor. My professor mentioned someone who was once in my situation and she did her directed study on what positions obtain the fastest velocity while sky diving. I thought, how interesting! I am not really sure what topics out there could be fun to really think about in the realm of physics, but I am interested more towards anything to do with sound/soundwaves, as I am hearing impaired. Or even that of PET/NMR scanners since that is where my career field is heading. Any helpful suggestions would be great! Please and thank you! Also, keep in mind, my expertise is minimal- but growing.