Academic Advising

Undergraduate Advising

During the first year, all majors in the Department of Physics are assigned a faculty member as their advisor and usually keep this same advisor throughout their undergraduate careers at Miami. Students plan their degree program in consultation with this advisor. All degree programs must satisfy three sets of requirements: Miami Plan, College of Arts and Science, and Department of Physics, all of which are described in the Miami University General Bulletin. The Chief Departmental Advisor for Physics, Dr. Steve Alexander, may also be consulted for additional information. Dr. Alexander holds remote advising office hours on Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 2:00-4:00 pm. Click on the above remote advising office hours link on the days/times specified to join a Zoom room for a consultation.

5th year seniors

Dr. Carlo Samson, 102 Kreger

Class of 2022

Dr. Imran Mirza, 306 Kreger

Class of 2023

Dr. Carol Fabby, 304 Kreger

Class of 2024

Dr. Samir Bali, 108 Kreger

Class of 2025

Dr. Steve Alexander, 204 Kreger

Remote Office Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 2:30-4:00 pm
Click on the above remote office hours link on the days/times specified to join a Zoom room for a consultation.

Pre-med & Biological Physics majors

Dr. Paul Urayama, 107 Kreger

Graduate Student Advising

Graduate course work is selected in consultation with the thesis director (thesis option) and graduate program director and approved in writing by the graduate program director. The main source for graduate student information is provided in the departmental Graduate Student Handbook, which is shared with current graduate students and faculty via the Google Drive. The departmental Graduate Director for Physics, Dr. Mahmud Khan, khanm2@MiamiOH.edu may also be consulted for additional information.

Department Graduate Director

Dr. Mahmud Khan, 104 Kreger