About Dimensions Club
Dimensions Club is an opportunity for students interested in math, computer science and physics to get together and talk about their common interests. Students also make connections with industry professionals who are invited to campus as guest speakers to talk about their experience in the field.
Students participate in meetings and guest lectures with lunch provided. Any student is welcome to join the Dimensions Club, not just students from the School of Natural & Social Sciences.
Our next meeting will be at 12:05 p.m. April 27 in the McFadden Science Center room 106. Join us as we celebrate all our graduates!
How do I join?
There's no application or formal process to join Dimensions Club. All you need is an interest in math, computer science or physics. We meet a few times a semester to listen to a guest speaker in one of our areas of interest. There are no dues and we provide lunch at all of our meetings. As a faculty advisor about the next meeting and mark your calendar today.
Have a question about Dimensions Club or how to join? Contact one of our faculty members to learn more.
|Faculty contact||Subject taught|
|Yukong Zang||Professor of Computer Science|
|Jane A. Moore||Professor of Mathematics|
|Ryan Rich||Assistant Professor of Physics|