In 1957, Dr. Theodore Hanwick left his post as chairman of the Physics Department at Rutgers University to start a physics program at Augsburg. Since then, over 120 physics majors have graduated from Augsburg. Some graduates pursue careers in industry or accept high school teaching positions, but the majority go on to earn advanced degrees in physics or related fields. Because of the excellent academic and practical preparation they receive at Augsburg, almost all of these students receive assistantships and fellowship support for graduate studies.
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