See Your Way to an Optical Scholarship

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There are a lot of really intelligent people looking to go to school every year for optical science. These are the men and women who will make changes in the way that optics are used in modern technology. Who knows, they may even make an innovation which will revolutionize the industry just like Willis E. Lamb Jr. did when he used his talent to revolutionize the quantum optics. He also played a part in discovering the fine structure of the hydrogen and a phenomenon which has been dubbed the Lamb Shift. His discoveries even led to his winning of the Nobel Prize and having a scholarship named after him.

The Scholarship

The Willis E. Lams Jr. Scholarship in Optical Sciences is available for all University of Arizona graduate students pursuing a PhD in Optical Science. You will need to maintain a GPA of a 3.5 or higher in order to qualify for the scholarship. You must also have an undergraduate degree either in mathematics, biology, chemistry, physics or engineering.

Deadline and Award Amount

The deadline for the scholarship is on February 15th. Any students chosen to receive the scholarship will be able to have their stipend, tuition, university fees and health insurance for four years paid for. You may even qualify to receive money for summer research.

All Applications and inquiries for the scholarship should be directed to:
Dr. Carl Maes
Associate Dean, Academic Programs
College of Optical Sciences, University of Arizona
1630 East University Boulevard, Tucson, Arizona 85721

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