Sometimes, we break things.
Don't worry though, we only break produce after it has been super-chilled in a liquid nitrogen bath. Or balloons we push just a little too close to a tesla coil.
Every time we break something, it's an opportunity to learn more about the world around us and how things work together. And that's exactly what students in the Governor's School for Computational Physics get to do every day with our interactive summer curriculum. In a nutshell: Computational physics will allow you to tackle realistic problems in practically every field of science and engineering.
We are currently accepting applications for next summer's Governor's School program.
Check out the important dates below and application information before the first deadline
on December 1.
Before I attended The Governor’s School for Computational Physics, I planned to be an English major. But during the program, I learned I loved problem solving, and rediscovered the passion for science and space I had as a child. Now I'm on track to get my Ph.D. in Astronomy, a path I never would have gone down without the amazing experiences I had at Gov School and APSU.