The Physics Learning Resource Center (PLRC) is the place to go for all things physics. Questions about your homework assignment? Want a fresh take on concepts related to your physics class? The PLRC is the place for you.
PLRC is located in room P-302A Physics Building.
|9am-10am||Lukasz Kuna||Lukasz Kuna||Lukasz Kuna||Yijue Wang|
|10am-11am||Lukasz Kuna||Lukasz Kuna||Jonathan Smucker|
|11am-12pm||Hugo Panzo||Asanka Amarasinghe||Bahareh Mahrou||Phillip Price||Jonathan Smucker|
|12pm-1pm||Chris Coger||Jonathan Hudson||J.Smucker,
|1pm-2pm||Asanka Amarasinghe||Asanka Amarasinghe||Jonathan Hudson||Y. Gong,
|2pm-3pm||Asanka Amarasinghe||Asanka Amarasinghe||S. Bastami,
|3pm-4pm||Harish Krishnamurthi||Jonathan Hudson||J.Smucker,
|4pm-5pm||Gang Yao||Jonathan Hudson||A. Amin,
|5pm-6pm||Jonathan Smucker||Jonathan Smucker||Jonathan Smucker||J.Smucker,
The PLRC can be your academic safety net: We’ll provide you the best support we can; you just have to show up ready to think. It is staffed by experienced physics grad students and it is completely free of charge. This is a service provided by the physics department solely for your educational benefit.
- The PLRC is located in P-302A, in the Physics Building.
- The PLRC gets abundant WiFi signal from the UCONN-SECURE network. If you are bringing a laptop, make sure you know how to connect to the secure campus WiFi .
- If you have any questions about the PLRC, or to schedule an appointment outside of the usual hours, please contact the PLRC coordinator, Ann Marie Carroll.
- The PLRC schedule may change over the course of the semester.
Please note that the graduate students who staff the PLRC are not there to do your homework for you; they are there to answer specific questions and guide you through your homework.