About the Office of Student and Education Services

At Maryland Physics, students enjoy both the benefits of a large research university and the supportive environment of a close-knit department. More than 75 renowned faculty and 35 research groups open the doors to discovery. Small classes, mentoring faculty and an active Society of Physics Students create a close, comfortable atmosphere for learning. And after a rigorous curriculum and research opportunities at the undergraduate and graduate levels, our alumni explore an array of careers in academia, government and private industry.

The Office of Student and Education Services provides assistance to students from pre-admission through graduation. This includes recruitment, admissions, registration, financial aid, scholarship information, event coordination, and other programs that address the needs of our physics students. The office also supports instructional staff.

The staff cares about the wellbeing of each and every physics student, and is committed to a mission that encourages and supports academic, career and personal goals. The office invites students to visit and is ready to help each student prepare for their future roles in a diverse, dynamic and global society.

 

Staff:

Donna Hammer

Donna Hammer
Director
1309 Physics Building
P: 301.405.5958
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Tom Gleason

Tom Woycheck-Gleason
Associate Director
1309 Physics Building
P: 301.405.5979
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Logan Anbinder

Logan Anbinder
Academic Advisor
1309 Physics Building
P: 301.405.5949
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Oluchi Ofoha
Coordinator
1309 Physics Building
P: 301.405.5980
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Allison Chen
Allison Chen
Student Assistant
1309 Physics Building
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