Ohio University

Physics & Astronomy Graduate Research Opportunities

Graduate student Congshang Wan conducts research in Dr. Martin Kordesch’s lab.
Graduate student Congshang Wan conducts research in Dr. Martin Kordesch’s lab.

The Physics & Astronomy Department partners with institutions around the world, does cutting-edge research in a number of fields, and enjoys a lively, international, diverse faculty and student community.

All of our graduate students receive teaching or research assistantships and tuition waivers.

Faculty members are recognized leaders in their fields. At the core of their research are graduate students, whom they work alongside in order to unlock the secrets of nature.

"Whether you do theoretical or experimental work, and whether you do it in Athens or on another continent, the work that you, as a student, perform during your time at Ohio University will have an impact on your chosen field. The education you receive will be first-rate, and the professional connections you develop while completing your degree will serve you well throughout your career," says Dr. David Ingram, chair