Physics

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Gifts to support first year fellowships for graduate students in Physics.
Provides support to one-time and short-term goals of the Department of Physics.
Gifts to support first year fellowships for graduate students in Physics.
Gift of alumni/ae and friends to support fellowships in the Physics Department, with a preference for fellows conducting research in Theoretical Physics.
This fund supports graduates students in the Department of Physics. This fund was made in memory of Mrs. Barbara E. Thomas in dedication to the physics department support staff---- past, present and future.
Gifts of alumni/ae and friends to support the Center for Theoretical Physics, a unified research and teaching center focused on fundamental physics, including nuclear, particle, string, and gravitational physics.
Gifts to establish a graduate fellowship named for Professor Jerome Friedman, Nobel Laureate, Institute Professor and former Head of the Department of Physics.
Gifts of alumni/ae and friends to provide awards to undergraduate seniors in the Dept of Physics who exemplify the spirit and characteristics of MIT's Physics students and build community and collaboration among their classmates. Recipients will be selected by the Physics Dept Head based on nominations submitted by students in the Dept. Funds available in excess of the awards may be used for events which encourage student and faculty interactions in the Dept of Physics or for graduate student financial assistance.
Provides support to one-time and short-term goals of the Department of Physics.
Gifts from family and friends to establish a fund in memory of Robert H. Meservey to support a lectureship in the Department of Physics in the field of Experimental and Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics. Excess fund income may be used for research and educational activities in the fields of Condensed Matter and Atomic Physics.
A fund to remember the contributions of Professor Tanaka to support the department of Physics.