Physics Club is for students who want to understand how physics is applied. Club members have the opportunity to showcase their skills while building projects that are physics based. The club is open to the student body, but is especially beneficial for anyone looking for a career in physics or engineering. Non-nerds are welcome to join, and women are highly encouraged.

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Thursday, January 9, 2014 - 2:15pm
College of Western Idaho is teaming up with the Idaho Stampede for CWI Night!  Join the CWI community on Friday, Feb. 28 as the Idaho Stampede take on the Santa Cruz Warriors!  The game starts at 7p.m. and the doors open at 6p.m.  CWI student clubs are selling discounted tickets to the game for $10 and will receive 100 percent of the proceeds.  Support CWI clubs by purchasing your tickets from them!  Don't know a club member?  Head over to ...
Tuesday, December 10, 2013 - 2:45pm
On December 9, 2013 UROC hosted a Harvest Dinner at the Micron Building for Professional Technical Education. This event allowed clubs to come together to celebrate a successful semester and build relationships. There was an ugly sweater contest, as well as a white elephant exchange. UROC plans to host future events like this and hopes that numbers in attendance will grow.   
Tuesday, October 29, 2013 - 10:45am
UROC (United Registered Organizations and Clubs) hosted a spooktacular Halloween Party on Friday, Oct. 25th.  This is the third year student organizations have hosted a CWI Halloween bash.  Nearly 20 student organizations participated, sponsoring booths and activities for all ages, including a haunted house, costume contest, pumpkin painting, cookie decorating, crafts and more!  
Tuesday, September 18, 2012 - 1:30pm
The CWI Street Teams were honored on Wednesday, Sept. 12, with a free Ice Cream Social event in celebration of the What if Campaign Street Team initiative. CWI Speech and Debate, Geography Club, Physics Club, and Art Club were all recognized at the Nampa Campus event for their success in the Street Team contest.

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