Help center is back open, use the zoom link below to get some help with first year courses!
OPUS physics tutoring will now be held over zoom! Keep scrolling for more info.
The new OPUS executive committee has been elected. Follow OPUS on Instagram to meet the executives!
A $600 bursary for a full-time undergraduate student in any Honours, Joint Honours, or Major program offered by the Department of Physics and Astronomy with satisfactory academic standing and has demonstrated financial need.
Applications due October 1st, 2020.
For more information, visit the link below.Awards Database
OPUS offers free tutoring on first year physics classes for both fall and winter terms. At least one tutor will be available during the scheduled sessions, including the main tutor for that session. Help is offered on a first come, first served basis. The schedule is for the Winter 2021 term.
The help center will now be held online over zoom while classes are online. Please click the button below to join the zoom meeting where you can connect with free physics tutors!Join Tutoring Zoom Meeting
Prior to midterms and finals, OPUS members offer a four hour session answering curated questions from previous exams and textbooks (including WileyPlus questions) to prepare you for your final exams and 2 hours for your midterms. You will get in-depth explanations and techniques to solving common exam questions and the theory involved. All proceeds go towards OPUS events and bursaries.
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Decades have passed since the founding of OPUS but it has always been an orchestra of curious and ambitious students that share a passion for Physics and Math. To this day, it aims to connect like-minded students, and continues to maintain its amicable position within the department.
OPUS currently offers $600 bursaries, free first year tutoring, organizes the CAP lectures for the faculty, and more. Membership is free and welcome to any undergraduate student (from any department), however only volunteer tutors are offered study carrels in 206 Allen.Members
OPUS now has a journal club! This is a very informal way to start to get comfortable with reading academic papers with your undergraduate peers. Each meeting will be hosted by someone who will talk through some of the key points of the paper and we will all discuss any questions or concerns we might have. Journal club is open to anyone and if you would like to get involved please email us. We will meet every two weeks and the journal we will be reviewing will be posted below.
Journal Club will be resuming its bi-weekly meetings this Monday, January 25th, at 3 pm. August will be discussing this article:Current article
If you have the chance to read it beforehand and form some questions, that will make our discussion even more interesting! Please email us at email@example.com for the zoom link
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