BCYC Immersion Physics Track

Students in a lab

  • Session 1: June 16-21, 2024

In our BCYC Immersion Physics program for high school students, teens will receive some of the same hands-on physics and astronomy laboratory experiences that students in Benedictine College’s undergraduate Physics and Astronomy programs receive. Students will learn how the complexities of God’s universe can be explored and understood using the tools of experimental science. They will also gain the skills needed to make precise physical measurements in order to examine the laws of motion, heat, and optics, and to analyze astronomical images.

Track Instructor

Joey Strandquist
Lab Manager for the Department of Physics and Astronomy

Mr. Strandquist received his B.S. in Physics & B.A. in Philosophy from Benedictine College in 2019, and his M.S. in Physics from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. He returned to his alma mater as faculty in 2022. He is currently doing research into the physics of coffee foams. He lives in Atchison with his wife, Dr. Katie Strandquist of the Engineering Dept.