Below is a list of faculty and staff that hire undergraduate students to work in laboratories and/or do theoretical calculations in the Physics Department.
Condensed Matter Physics
Assist with instructional laboratory setup
Physics Museum Docents & Lecture Demonstration
Are you a current or soon-to-be physics student? Want to learn more physics? Want to practice teaching? Looking for a “side” job? Need more pizza money? Become an Ingersoll Physics Museum Docent! We are urgently looking for proactive independent students (undergrad or graduate) to help give general public tours of the Physics Museum. High-demand months are March through October every year. The typical tour group is a middle school science class. A good understanding of general physics is a must.
Duties: Conduct tours of the Ingersoll Physics Museum. Duration of each tour is about one hour. Report any broken exhibits to your supervisor. Stay up-to-speed with the online tour schedule and correspond with your supervisor as to the tours that you can or can not conduct, and show up for your tour. Correspondence is manly through email.
Position is “Extreme Part-Time”, sporadic, and year round. On-the-job training included. Contact: Steve Narf, Instructional Program Manager Office Phone: 608/262-3898 Office location: 2237 Chamberlin Hall
In addition to any items posted further down on this page, you may also wish to view the following resources:
- Undergraduate Independent Research Opportunities at UW Physics
- Physics Majors Awards and Scholarships
- Undergraduate Award and Scholarship Opportunities (Campus-wide)
- Undergraduate Research Opportunities (Campus-wide)
- UW Student Job Center (Campus-wide)
- SuccessWorks: Personal & Professional Development, for L&S Students
- Handshake: Explore Events, Jobs & Internships