The Institute of Nuclear and Particle Physics was established at
Ohio University in 1991 to bring coherence to the several successful but
diverse nuclear and particle physics activities taking place within the
Department of Physics and Astronomy, and to coordinate the activities
of both theoretical and experimental subatomic physics.
The Institute is a perfect vehicle for promoting and supporting
research in theoretical and experimental subatomic physics,
pro-actively educating graduate and undergraduate students
in these fields of study, sponsoring joint seminars, hosting
visiting scientists, and providing matching funds for new
initiatives undertaken with federal agencies and national laboratories.
More information about our activities is available in our
Information about graduate studies in Nuclear Physics with the INPP: here
The INPP is presently seeking to hire a tenure-track faculty member in Experimental Nuclear Physics. See the advertisement here.