Physics & Astronomy


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Welcome to UEA's official Physics & Astronomy Society!

A warm welcome to all freshers and returners :-)


Your committee for 2018/19 - YOU COULD BE HERE TOO!

President: Tulaine Kent

A physics student at UEA, I'm also a member of the IOP, RSC, and Norwich Astronomical Society. With bags and bags of passion for physics and astronomy and an ever-inquisitive mind, I want to make sure like-minded people at UEA to come together in both fun and educational environments to share a common interest.

Treasurer: Brandon Horsley

I am currently studying BSc Physics, and am in year 2. I am excited to be a part of the committee and look forward to meeting everyone.

Social Secretary: Tulaine Kent

As social secretary, I wish to make being a member of UEA’s Physics and Astronomy Society one of the stand-out experiences of your time here. As well as planning lots of exciting trips and talks, I would also like to make the society as active as possible. Send me ideas for speakers, trips, and meets too. I'll do my very best to arrange them!

Academic Officer: Tulaine Kent

I am also a Physics with a FY course rep; this means I sit on and co-chair the SSLC meetings, making sure I raise any issues that my cohorts and I feel need dealing with academically. I also am a member of the Physics Teaching Group, and therefore am at the frontline for making the vital link between the society and the physics and astronomy teaching at UEA.


We will soon be running elections for committee members, and we cannot run without your help. Please contact us for more information.

Excited by physics and astronomy? Enjoy stargazing? Want to visit amazing places? Want to understand the universe? AND love rock-bottom membership fees? Then this is the society for you! You don't have to be a physics student to join us, everyone is welcome. JOIN TODAY!

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