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  • Visiting Assistant Professor Position
    WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY’s Department of Physics is seeking applications for one to two Visiting Assistant Professors beginning July 2022. We seek highly qualified candidates who have a commitment to excellence in teaching. A Ph.D. in Physics or a related area is required. Standard teaching load for a Visiting Assistant Professor is three courses per semester …
  • In Memory of Dr. Richard T. Williams
    The Physics Department and Wake Forest University are saddened by the recent loss of retired physics professor Richard T. Williams who passed away July 5, 2021, after a brief struggle with AML leukemia. He was 75. Professor Williams earned a BS in physics at Wake Forest in 1968 and was the first Speas Award recipient …
  • 2021 Gordon A. Melson Outstanding Ph.D. Student Award
    Ph.D. graduate, Hamna Iqbal, wins the 2021 Gordon A. Melson Outstanding PhD Student Award.  This is a university award that recognizes performance in research productivity, quality, originality, importance, and impact in the field, along with outstanding academic record, activity in the discipline and university, and departmental citizenship.
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