On receiving the United States Department of Energy Office of Science Graduate Student Research (SCGSR) Program Award, which recognizes her research on the High Altitude Water Cherenkov experiment and studying some of the most energetic photons ever detected.
Research by Dr. Jack Bishop and Dr. Grigory Rogachev from the Texas A&M Cyclotron Institute and the Department of Physics & Astronomy, suggests a new process in measuring the neutron inelastic scattering of carbon-12.
Postdoctoral Research Associate
Department Head, Professor
On receiving the Student Research Week Award, which recognizes the analysis of how the MIPEP program helps teachers develop a deeper understanding of physics concepts and explore effective instructional strategies.
Science Magazine featuring CDF research on their cover.
Dr. Toback describes the CDF collaboration’s latest result is an important contribution to testing the accuracy of the Standard Model, which may need to be improved or extended in the event the measurement is confirmed.
Dr. David Toback
Professor & CDF co-spokesperson
On being named a 2022 University Distinguished Professor. This award identifies faculty memebers who are considered preeminent in their own field and have made a transformational contribution leap forward in their discipline.
On receiving the DOD SMART Fellowship Award. This award recognizes SMART scholar who demonstrate exemplary achievements in their educational and workforce development opportunity for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).
U.S. News and World Report released its latest "Best Graduate Schools 2023" ranking. Within the list, the Texas A&M Physics & Astronomy department moved up to #23 publicly and #41 overall, while A&M's Nuclear Physics Program is ranked #9 in the U.S.
Texas A&M University invites audiences across Texas, the nation and the world to get up-close and personal with science and technology outreach at the 2022 Physics and Engineering Festival, set for Saturday, April 2, from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the George P. Mitchell ’40 Physics Building.
On receiving the Dr. Joseph Newton Undergraduate Service Award. This award recognizes students from the College of Science with a distinguished record of service to their university, department, and community.
Girish S. Agarwal
On being selected as the 2022 recipient of the Charles Hard Townes Medal for your groundbreaking work in quantum optics and quantum electronics.
Joint Appointment in Physics and Astronomy
Excellence in Teaching
Physicists and astronomers use analytical thinking and a strong understanding of the fundamental laws of nature to describe the world around us, from the smallest particle to our galaxy and universe.