I.I. RABI FELLOWS PROGRAM
In memory of 1944 Nobel Laureate, Columbia faculty physicist, and alumnus Prof. I.I. Rabi, ten incoming first-year students who demonstrate exceptional promise in the sciences are awarded RABI fellowships for their four years at Columbia University. In addition to participating in the Rabi dinners and lecture series which bring world-renowned scientists from all fields to the Columbia campus, RABI fellows develop close working relationships with senior faculty and conduct research projects. The fellowships provide guaranteed summer research jobs with free summer housing on campus as well as other benefits.
More information: http://rabi.columbia.edu/
Rabi Fellows have access to their own computing and office facilities:
- Location - 814 Pupin Hall
- Telephone 212-854-6149
- Mail Code 5227
SOCIETY OF PHYSICS STUDENTS
Undergraduate physics majors at Columbia maintain a chapter of the Society of Physics Students. This student-run group organizes meetings and other activities of interest to physics majors.
For more information: If you are interested in getting more information or would like to participate, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Web link: http://phys.columbia.edu/~hbar/