2019-2020 Physics Departmental Fellowships

 

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Kwok Wai Ma

Galkin Fellowship


 


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Lijuan Qian

Physics Merit Fellowship



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Stefan Stanojevic

Physics Merit Fellowship


PhD Resources

ScM Resources

   

PhD Program Handbook

ScM Program Handbook

PhD Program Milestones and Guideposts

ScM Research Presentation Form

Graduate Core Course Listing

Graduate Core Course Listing

Physics Travel Funding Form*  

Physics Travel Funding Form*

Finding a Research Group

Finding a Research Group

Qualifying Exam Information

ScM Course Permission Form

PhD Second Year Ethics Training Requirement

 

PhD Preliminary Exam Requirements and Guidelines

 

PhD Prelim Form

 

PhD Dissertation Defense Requirements and Guidelines

 

PhD Course Waiver/Permission Form

 

2019 Commencement Graduate Student Awards 

Outstanding Academic Accomplishment in Master's Program

Oliver Isik

Master's Research Excellence

Michael Warnock

Master's Student Engaged Citizenship and Community Service to the Physics Department

Athira Sanal

Beyer Award for Excellence in Scholarship and Service

Brian Kilpatrick

Forrest Award for Excellent Work Related to Experimental Apparatus

John Hakala / Joshua Kerrigan

Award of Excellence as a Graduate Teaching Assistant

Darshil Doshi

Award of Excellence as a Graduate Teaching Assistant

Isabelle Goldstein

Award of Excellence as a Graduate Teaching Assistant

Theodora Kunicki

Award of Excellence as a Graduate Teaching Assistant

Daniel Li

Award of Excellence as a Graduate Teaching Assistant

Michael Lukasik

Award of Excellence as a Graduate Teaching Assistant

Angela Pizzuto

Award of Excellence as a Graduate Teaching Assistant

Charles Snider

Sigma Xi Award (Excellence in Research in Physics)

Brian Kilpatrick

The Galkin Foundation Fellowship is awarded each academic year to one outstanding senior graduate student in the Department of Physics.  The Galkin Foundation Fellowship is made possible by Warren Galkin ’51, a Rhode Island native, who received a Sc.B. in Physics at Brown. 

The Physics Merit Fellowship is a departmental fellowship awarded to a senior graduate student(s) and provides funding for one semester the next year.