Fellowships

Physics' Fellowships & Awards

  • Mary Creason Memorial Awards
    Dr. Mary Creason was a Lecturer and coordinator of instructional laboratory activities in the department of Physics at Duke University until her untimely death. A list of recent and past recipients can be found in fellowship archive pages.
  • Walter Gordy Fellowships
    Prof. Walter Gordy, James B. Duke Professor of Physics, was a pioneer in experimental microwave research and a member of the Duke University faculty from 1946 until his retirement in 1979. A list of recent and past recipients can be found in fellowship archive pages.
  • Goshaw Family Gift
    The gift was made by Prof. Albert Goshaw, James B. Duke Professor of Physics, his wife, Jene, and his children, David Goshaw and Christina Goshaw Hinkle, and by funds from the estate of Prof Goshaw's late mother, Dorothy D. Goshaw. A list of recent and past recipients can be found in fellowship archive pages.
  • Fritz London Graduate Fellowships
    Prof. Fritz London, James B. Duke Professor of Chemistry and Physics, was a pioneer in theoretical research, especially in the quantum theory of the homopolar bond in hydrogen, superconductivity, and superfluidity. He was a member of the Duke University faculty from 1939 until his death in 1954. A list of recent and past recipients can be found in fellowship archive pages.
  • Henry W. Newson Fellowships
    Prof. Henry Newson, James B. Duke Professor of Physics, was a pioneer in experimental nuclear physics and a member of the Duke University faculty from 1948 until his death in 1978. He was the founding director of the Triangle Universities Nuclear Laboratory (TUNL). A list of recent and past recipients can be found in fellowship archive pages.
  • Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award
    Each year, the department nominates Outstanding Teaching Assistants to be recognized with an AAPT Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award. The award winner receives a complimentary one-year Student Membership in AAPT with electronic access to the American Journal of Physics and The Physics Teacher. The award includes a certificate, letter of recognition, and sample press release for your local media. A list of recent and past recipients can be found in fellowship archive pages.
  • Graduate Teaching Fellows
    A list of recent and past recipients can be found in fellowship archive pages.
  • Townes – Perkin-Elmer Fellowships
    Prof. Charles Townes, (Nobel Prize, 1964, alumni of the Duke Microwave Spectroscopy lab of Prof. Gordy), together with Perkin-Elmer Corporation created a fellowship in 1981 to recognize outstanding Duke physics graduate students. A list of recent and past recipients can be found in fellowship archive pages.

Graduate School's University's Fellowships & Awards

Other Fellowships & Awards

  • John T. Chambers Fellowships
    The John T. Chambers Scholarship Endowment Fund which provides scholarship money for graduate engineering students interested in Fitzpatrick Institute research who have demonstrated excellence in both their classroom activities and their participation in Duke activites. A list of recent and past recipients can be found in fellowship archive pages.
  • CTMS fellows (Center Theoretical and Mathematical Sciences)
    A list of recent and past recipients can be found in fellowship archive pages.
  • Graduate Program in Nanoscience (GP Nano) Fellowship
    A list of recent and past recipients can be found in fellowship archive pages.
  • Preparing Future Faculty (PFF) fellows
    A list of recent and past recipients can be found in fellowship archive pages.