Here I will be posting curious physics and math problems: one new each week. Some of them will be standard while others less standard, but none of the problems will require knowledge beyond typical undergraduate curriculum. The idea and some of the problems have been borrowed from a very nice collection of problems by David Morin

You are welcome to stop by my office (EPS 214) to discuss them. 

For theoretically minded students - here is a list of problems, a good portion of which you must be capable of doing by the end of your graduate program. Working on those problems is a great way to learn something new and refresh what you have forgotten: Arnold's Mathematical Trivium.

Archive with answers ( and sometimes solutions).