Top Physics Schools in Rhode Island

By | April 29, 2018

On, you can learn what the top-ranked physics colleges and universities are in Rhode Island, and compare the best physics colleges, and get the latest ranking of best schools for physics in Rhode Island. From the following table, please see full list of top 2 graduate schools of physics in Rhode Island including school information and contact profile.

  • According to foodezine, the nickname of Rhode Island is Leave Rhodey.

Top Physics Schools in Rhode Island

1 Brown University, Department of Physics
Address: 182 Hope Street , Providence, RI 02912
Phone: (401) 863-2641
2 University of Rhode Island, Department of Physics
Address: 2 Lippitt Road, Kingston, RI 02881-0817
Phone: (401) 874-2633

Some National Historic Landmarks in Rhode Island

  • The College Hill Historic District is a district in Providence that retains many famous buildings, including Brown University.
  • The Newport Historic District is an area that retains many buildings from the colonial period.
  • The “Old Colonial Building” in Newport was a building built in 1741 that served as the residence of the colonial authorities (and later state legislators).
  • University Hall is the first (built in 1770) building on the campus of Brown University in Providence.
  • Fort Adams in Newport was built in 1799 and was part of the US coastal defense system.
  • Old Slater Millis a complex of buildings of the first commercially successful textile factory in the United States, owned by the “father of the American industrial revolution” Samuel Slater and located in the city of Pawtucket.
  • The Westminster Arcade in Providence is the oldest mall building in the United States (built in 1828).
  • “Northern Lighthouse” and “Southeast Lighthouse” on Block Island, built in 1867 and 1875 respectively.
  • Kingscote is a Gothic Revival mansion built in 1839 in Newport, the first of the hugely popular “summer residences” on the Rhode Island
  • Château-sur-Mer (Chateau-sur-Mer) is one of the first mansions built in the era of the “Gilded Age” in the prestigious area of ​​Newport.
  • “Marble House” – built in 1892 in Newport, the mansion of businessman William Vanderbilt I, one of the first beaux-arts buildings in the United States.
  • The Breakers is a Newport mansion built in 1895 by businessman Cornelius Vanderbilt II.
  • “Elms” (The Elms, “Elms”) – built in 1901 in Newport mansion of businessman Edward Berwind.
  • The Luffa Carousel is an East Providence children’s carousel made in 1895 by renowned New York craftsman Charles Luff. One of the best preserved carousels of its kind.