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Professor of Physics

Eckerd College
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St. Petersburg, FL 33711

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Physics

Physics

Research Opportunities

Students who demonstrate motivation and talent are encouraged to gain experience in research. There are opportunities for a student to work with faculty on research projects as early as during the freshman year or as a senior for a senior thesis project. Alternatively, many of our students have successfully applied for summer research opportunities at national laboratories and other major research institutions. Below is a list of research done by Eckerd Faculty.

Student-faculty research projects

Beyond the Classroom


Physics Majors

Physics majors are problem-solvers who can create and manipulate quantitative models of real-world systems. When these skills are combined with other fruits of a high-quality liberal arts education, the physics graduate is well equipped to become a true innovator in our world.

The James Center

Center for Molecular and Life Sciences

Equipped with the latest in eco-conscious innovations, educational technology and scientific instrumentation, the James Center for Molecular and Life Sciences will advance our efforts to prepare tomorrow’s leaders in the sciences, and will quickly become the hub of the Natural Sciences at Eckerd College. Discover the James Center.