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          Joseph T. Buba Department of Physics and Technology
          Cooper Hall, Room 126
          230 Scotland Road
          Edinboro, PA 16444
          Phone: (814) 732-2592
          Fax: (814) 732-1691

          Dr. Richard Lloyd
          Department Chair
          Phone: (814) 732-1699

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          Making sure Edinboro University students are fully prepared for the professional world is a priority for the University, as the many fantastic internship opportunities available to Physics and Technology Department students and notable career achievements of alumni continue to prove.


          Hands-on, real-world experience is hard to beat. Edinboro University recognizes that experiential learning is a valuable tool in helping students make career decisions and in complementing formal classroom learning. 

          Providing excellent internship opportunities is a priority for the University, and stories of student success in the workplace have been overwhelming. Edinboro students have interned at the Smithsonian Institution, Channellock Industries, General Electric, Meadville Forging Company, C & J Industries, Rehrig Pacific Company, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation and many more locations. In addition, the department has a unique arrangement with Penn State’s prestigious Engineering Science and Mechanics Department. Edinboro physics majors are eligible for paid summer internships and graduate school assistantships.

          While some Edinboro University majors require an internship, cooperative education, student teaching or research experience, many students elect to pursue an internship to augment their educational portfolio. Every major has one or more designated internship directors to assist students with identifying opportunities and coordinating credits. 

          Students who are interested in internship experiences are encouraged to contact the Physics and Technology Department internship coordinator, or visit the Center for Career Development’s internship webpages for more information.

          Physics and Technology Department Internship Coordinator: 

          Peter Kuvshinikov
          Office: Cooper Hall, 104
          Phone: (814) 732-1689


          Top engineers, researchers, teachers, and leaders in industry, business and education and many other fields have built the foundations of their success at Edinboro University, and so can you. 

          The EU Center for Career Development assists students at the onset of their professional lives with many outstanding services, including building resume, interviewing and networking skills and offering numerous job fair opportunities annually both on- and off-campus. 

          Edinboro Physics and Technology graduates are enjoying careers all over the world with such employers as Lockheed Martin, Washington University, Department of Defense, NASA, National City, Henry Ford College, and the U.S. Patent Office. 

          Graduates of the Manufacturing Engineering Technology program are employed with Amatech/Polycel LLC, Starn Tool, Lord Corporation, General Electric, the Pa. Department of Transportation, Maloney Tool and Mold, and Carolina Systems. Check out the career achievements of a sampling of the Department’s alumni below.

          • Alexandra Brasington ’14, BS Theoretical Physics, is a teaching assistant at the University of Arizona, focusing on optics, and completed research assignments at Lehigh University and Missouri University of Science and Technology.
          • Steven Manno ’13, BA Physics, is a research assistant in the Physics Department at Brandeis University.
          • Dylan Young ’13, BS Theoretical Physics, is a teaching assistant at Clarkson University; in Summer 2012 he worked at the Consortium of Undergraduate Research and education in Astronomy (CUREA).
          • Mark Kohan ’12, BS Theoretical Physics, is a graduate student at Washington State University and also completed a paid term at the Consortium of Undergraduate Research and education in Astronomy (CUREA) in Summer 2011.
          • Dr. Adam Sullivan ’09, BA Physics, was awarded a graduate research assistantship at the National Institute of Mathematical and Biological Synthesis at the University of Tennessee and graduated in 2013. He applies his biochemical engineering background at Zoll LifeVest in Pittsburgh, Pa., developing technology for Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA).