Star Party Time!
Come join us for a evening of science fun on Friday, October 24, 2014 from 5:30-9:30pm.
From 5:30-7:00 ACCHaoS will be there with hands-on science exhibits for the kid, and there will be planetarium shows in the Discovery Dome, Austin Planetarium's mobile planetarium.
At 7:00pm there will be a public talk by Dr. Jim Heath on "Science: What It Can and Cannot Do."
At 8:00 there wil be night sky viewing through the telescopes on the observing deck
For more information, check out go.austincc.edu/starparty.
Research Opportunities for Undergraduate Students in Physics
The Nucleus, a digital collection of information for Physics students, has a comprehensive listing of research experiences for undergraduate students in Physics. Many of these opportunities are open to freshman and sophomores. Check out this link for more information.
The Nucleus is maintained by the National Society of Physics Students.
Society of Physics Students
The Austin Community College Society of Physics Students is a chapter of a national organization that is designed for students with an interest in physics. They meet several times a month to explore internship opportunities, discuss various physics topics, host guest speakers, plan field trips and experiments, and to enjoy the company of others who love physics.
Information and Resources for Students and Counselors
Looking for more information or resources? Visit the Resources and Information page.
Planning to Transfer to a Four-Year College?
Do you want to know how your ACC classes will transfer to some of the nearby colleges and universities? Transfer guides are available for:
ACC's Transfer Resources page is a good source of information about universities, degrees, course equivalencies and other resources. The University of Texas at Austin has a UT transfer guide for Austin Community College students.
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What is ACCHaoS? Check out our website at go.austincc.edu/acchaos!
Coming soon to a school (or a Star Party!) near you.....
Updated: October 20, 2014