The Department of Physics at
Texas Tech University invites applications for graduate study in Physics,
leading to the masters or doctoral degree in Physics or Applied Physics.
Financial support is available in the form of teaching and research assistantships
with competitive stipends. Outstanding applicants may qualify for
support in the form of a Bucy scholarship. Various faculty in the
Department are active in theory (T) and experiment (E) in the research
fields of atomic, molecular, and chemical physics (T,E); biophysics(E);
condensed matter physics (T,E); energy research (T); nuclear physics (T);
particle physics(E); physics education (E); plasma physics (E); and pulsed
power (E). Texas Tech University is the largest university in West
Texas, where it enjoys a sunny climate with mild winters. Prospective
students can find out more about the University and the Department
at http://www.phys.ttu.edu. Applicants should complete a Departmental
Application for Graduate Assistantship and apply directly to the graduate
school (information at http://www.ttu.edu/~gradsch/).
A transcript should also be sent directly to the Department. For
further information, contact Prof. W. L. Glab, Graduate Recruiter,
P.O. Box 41051, Lubbock, TX 79409, or by E-mail
at email@example.com. The deadline for application is February
Texas Tech University is an Affirmative Action / Equal Opportunity Employer.