We are always on the lookout for outstanding people to join us. Whether you want to be a physics major, or are seeking to begin studies in physics, we'd like to hear from you.
Being affiliated with the center opens many opportunities for interdisciplinary, collaborative research. Students working with faculty affiliated with the Center can choose to pursue a PhD in one of several departments; once you have identified potential advisor(s) please contact them for more details.
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If you have any questions, please contact our Director of Undergraduate Advising and Enrollment Management, Diane Walker-Green.
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Choosing a graduate program is a critical decision. You want to attend a quality graduate school that will prepare you well for a career in your field of interest. We also understand that you want to have fun while pursuing your degree. We have a quality graduate program, are located in a beautiful part of the country, have a young, energetic faculty and a reputation for making your student tenure at Virginia Tech a successful and enjoyable one. Here is an overview of our requirements and the application process for your convenience. We encourage you to apply and invite you to contact our graduate program coordinator with any questions you may have.