About Physics Enterprises

Physics Enterprises, founded in 1977 by Professor Bruce Lee, is an auxiliary entity of Andrews University that designs and manufactures teaching equipment for classroom demonstrations and science labs at all levels of education.

In the last forty years, Physics Enterprises has brought innovative, high-quality products to the teaching equipment market, including several that have been recognized by the American Association of Physics Teachers.  We are committed to delivering interesting, affordable products that are immediately useful to the classroom, and to building strong personal customer relationships.

Customers
Physics Enterprises takes pride in the enduring relationships that we have with our business partners, including Vernier Software & Technology, PASCO scientific, VWR Sargent-Welch, American 3B, and TEL-Atomic. Our top priority is providing  customers with professional, reliable, and attentive customer service, in addition to products that meet the highest quality standards.

Products
While AUPE products primarily serve physics teachers in upper-level education, they are also useful to educators in the fields of Biology, Chemistry, Clinical Laboratory Science, and Engineering, as well as scientists in non-classrom settings. Our goal is to consistently offer products known for their quality, effectiveness, and affordable prices.

Employees & Work Environment
Our staff includes both business and engineering professionals, as well as student workers who gain valuable experience in the areas of electronics and manufacturing.  We believe that a pleasant and rewarding work environment benefits not only our employees, but ultimately our customers as well.

Business Ethic
Physics Enterprises conducts business in accordance with the Christian values of our parent organization, Andrews University, and is committed to the principles of integrity and fairness. 

Non-profit
A.U. Physics Enterprises is a non-profit organization operated by Andrews University.  All AUPE proceeds support various university projects and scholarships.