Studying Physics at Kenyon

Physics students develop the analytical, computational and experimental techniques necessary to apply the principles of nature to a broad range of theoretical and experimental problems. With small class sizes and a strong research program, students have extraordinary access to physics faculty who are active researchers in the field.

  • Shaping Scientists

    Kenyon ranks eighth in the country (and ahead of every Ivy) for the proportion of STEM grads to earn a doctorate in a STEM field.

  • 75students a year pursue College-funded research projects in the humanities, natural sciences and social sciences.

  • Kenyon 360: Science and Math

    Get an insider's view of the S'Quad, the bustling home of Kenyon's math and science departments.

  • $1Mgrant from the the Howard Hughes Medical Institute

    The grant is one of several that Kenyon scientists have earned to foster a more inclusive and diverse scientific community.

Contact
Phone Number
740-427-5069
Email Address
millercm@kenyon.edu
Location
Department of Physics 
Hayes Hall 
Kenyon College
Gambier, Ohio 43022