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  School name Department Total full-time faculty Total full-time equivalent positions Total full-time graduate students Total postdocs Total first-year graduate students Total first-year female graduate students
1. Harvard University Physics 35 41 234 116 38 13
2. University of Colorado, Boulder Physics 73 54 266 99 52 8
3. Massachusetts Institute of Technology Physics 78 78 253 97 44 11
4. University of Wisconsin, Madison Physics 44 45 188 80 27 9
5. University of Nebraska, Lincoln Nebraska Center for Materials & Nanoscience 101 7 251 66    
6. Massachusetts Institute of Technology Earth, Atmospheric & Planetary Sciences 39 39 140 64 26 14
7. Stanford University Physics 50 48 187 60 39 7
8. University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign Physics 58 58 302 59 40 14
9. University of California, San Diego Physics 60 60 180 55 48 6
10. University of Pennsylvania Physics 40 40 103 53 14 3
11. Rutgers University, New Brunswick Physics & Astronomy 56 56 115 51 23 7
12. University of Chicago Physics 46 40 168 51 38 10
13. Ohio State University Physics 62 62 207 48 41 6
14. Cornell University Physics 49 41 183 45 31 6
15. State University of New York (SUNY), Stony Brook Physics & Astronomy 64 66 161 44 28 6
16. University of California, Berkeley Physics 65 51 278 44 45 6
17. University of Texas at Austin Physics 48   208 41 37 5
18. Fudan University Physics 90 122 389 40 64 20
19. Northwestern University Physics & Astronomy 39   90 40 15 2
20. University of Washington Physics 57 43 153 36 29 11
21. University of California, Irvine Physics 49   141 35 21 2
22. Iowa State University Physics and Astronomy 38 57 103 32 19 5
23. Pennsylvania State University Physics 48 40 150 32 29 7
24. Princeton University Physics 39   135 31 25 7
25. University of California, Santa Barbara Physics 49 45 138 31 27 3
26. University of Florida Physics 49   118 30 16 4
27. Northeastern University Physics 36 53 81 28 15 5
28. University of California, Davis Physics 56 50 160 28 30 7
29. University of Tennessee, Knoxville Physics & Astronomy 33 28 123 27 22 1
30. Stanford University Applied Physics 24 24 142 26 28 6
31. Purdue Universty Physics 57   150 25 36 6
32. University of Rochester The Institute of Optics 33 25 158 25 50 13
33. University of Pittsburgh Physics & Astronomy 38 58 115 24 21 10
34. Georgia Institute of Technology Physics 43 43 140 23 19 8
35. University of California, Riverside Physics & Astronomy 44 44 131 21 34 4
36. University of Maryland, College Park Astronomy 117 15 42 21 10 2
37. North Carolina State University, Raleigh Physics 54 47 138 20 27 4
38. Syracuse University Physics 29 28 78 20 18 3
39. Vanderbilt University Physics & Astronomy 27 27 65 20 13 1
40. Carnegie Mellon University Physics 32 31 87 19 16 4
41. University of New Hampshire Physics 34 21 64 19 13 3
42. Kansas State University Physics 30 30 64 18 12 4
43. University of Massachusetts, Amherst Physics 29 29 100 18 23 3
44. University of Washington Astronomy 18 12 28 18 4 3
45. Boston University Physics 43 43 91 17 28 3
46. Rice University Physics & Astronomy 50 46 95 17 21 5
47. University of Notre Dame Physics 62 48 103 17 21 7
48. Virginia Tech Physics 35   85 17 19  
49. Brown University Physics 28 28 124 16 38 10
50. Columbia University Physics 36   106 16 12 5
51. University of Arizona Optical Sciences 63 38 308 15 81 21
52. University of Central Florida CREOL, The College of Optics & Photonics 36 14 120 15 22 5
53. University of Oregon Physics 38 38 92 15 12 2
54. Georgia State University Physics & Astronomy 31 31 78 14 16 8
55. University of Nebraska, Lincoln Physics & Astronomy 29 29 82 14 17 5
56. West Virginia University Physics 28 28 74 14 14 2
57. Case Western Reserve University Physics 27 22 46 13 12 2
58. University of Connecticut Physics 33 33 85 13 18 3
59. University of Delaware Physics & Astronomy 37 35 80 13 12 1
60. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Physics & Astronomy 30 40 81 13 9 1
61. Duke University Physics 45 56 144 12 11 1
62. Georgetown University Physics 17   28 12 10 4
63. Illinois Institute of Technology Physics 20 20 43 12 23 7
64. University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa Physics & Astronomy 30 30 59 12 16 7
65. University of Kansas Physics & Astronomy 26 26 52 12 13 5
66. University of Missouri, Columbia Physics & Astronomy 30 26 48 12 9 1
67. University of Texas, Dallas Physics Program 27 27 82 12 18 4
68. Emory University Physics 20 20 50 11 15 3
69. University of California, Santa Cruz Physics 24 24 68 11 9  
70. University of Central Florida Physics 50 50 97 11 18 8
71. University of Kentucky Physics & Astronomy 30 30 93 11 13 2
72. University of Oklahoma Physics & Astronomy 25 25 85 11 17 4
73. University of Texas, Arlington Physics 28 34 57 11 11 3
74. University of Utah Physics 38 38 92 11 14 3
75. Arizona State University Physics & Astronomy 53 53 113 10 22 2
76. Texas Tech University Physics 21   47 10 8 1
77. University of Arizona Physics 32   116 10 31 10
78. University of Nevada, Las Vegas Physics 18 18 32 10 4  
79. Virginia Commonwealth University Physics 20 20 14 10 7  
80. George Washington University Physics 22 19 50 9 5 1
81. University of Chicago Astronomy & Astrophysics 26 22 28 9 5 4
82. University of Cincinnati Physics 28 35 61 9 16 6
83. University of Iowa Physics & Astronomy 31 31 61 9 14 1
84. University of Virginia Physics 33   98 9 16 3
85. Wayne State University Physics and Astronomy 28 28 56 9 7 2
86. College of William and Mary Physics 30 28 63 8 7 2
87. State University of New York (SUNY), Univ. at Buffalo Physics 26 26 92 8 19 2
88. University of California Merced Physics 17 17 55 8 14 4
89. University of Illinois, Chicago Physics 24   86 8 12 3
90. Clemson University Physics & Astronomy 32 32 58 7 15 6
91. Colorado State University Physics 22 22 61 7 11 2
92. Northern Arizona University Physics 23 23 32 7 18 3
93. Washington University in St. Louis Physics 31 23 83 7 12 4
94. Wesleyan University Physics 12 12 16 7 3 1
95. Indiana University, Bloomington Physics 39 39 91 6 18 4
96. Lehigh University Physics 17 17 42 6 9 3
97. University of Massachusetts, Lowell Physics & Applied Physics 31 31 68 6 16 7
98. University of Mississippi Physics & Astronomy 17 18 43 6 7 1
99. University of South Florida Physics 33   58 6 13 4
100. University of Southern California Physics & Astronomy 40 30 77 6 11 3
101. Baylor University Physics 17 21 45 5 9 2
102. Boston College Physics 17 24 46 5 8 3
103. Central Michigan University Physics 14 17 15 5 6 2
104. Florida State University Physics 57 49 150 5 27 6
105. George Mason University Physical Sciences 51 32 54 5 13 2
106. Kent State University Department of Physics 28 28 72 5 9 1
107. Missouri University of Science & Technology Physics 17 19 37 5 12 3
108. Southern Methodist University Physics 19 19 17 5 3  
109. University of Alabama at Birmingham Physics 13 17 34 5 7  
110. University of Maryland, Baltimore County Atmospheric Physics Graduate Program 23 23 41 5 12 1
111. University of Maryland, Baltimore County Physics Graduate Program 22 22 32 5 9 2
112. University of Rochester Physics & Astronomy 27   110 5 17 4
113. University of Toledo Physics & Astronomy 23 23 72 5 13 5
114. University of Wisconsin, Madison Astronomy 11 11 23 5 7 1
115. Wake Forest University Physics 17 20 30 5 10 3
116. Florida International University Physics 25 25 43 4 8 1
117. Howard University Physics & Astronomy 17 17 16 4 4 3
118. Kent State University Chemical Physics 16 16 35 4 8 2
119. Montana State University, Bozeman Physics 20 46 70 4 18 3
120. New Jersey Institute of Technology Physics 22 30 25 4 7 2
121. Northern Illinois University Physics 21 21 55 4 8  
122. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Physics, Applied Physics, Astronomy 17 17 32 4 8  
123. Rice University Smalley-Curl Institute 112 112 70 4 10 4
124. University of Colorado, Colorado Springs Physics 13   31 4 5 2
125. University of Nevada, Reno Physics 24 17 40 4 10 3
126. Utah State University Physics 20 18 26 4 5 1
127. Colorado School of Mines Physics 23 23 58 3 13 4
128. Drexel University Physics 20 20 43 3 5  
129. New Mexico State University Physics 16 16 37 3 11 2
130. Oklahoma State University Physics 20 20 39 3 10 2
131. State University of New York (SUNY), Binghamton Physics, Applied Physics & Astronomy 18 18 43 3 7 3
132. Stevens Institute of Technology Physics And Engineering Physics 8 8 26 3    
133. University of Minnesota, Duluth Physics 13 13 16 3 8 9
134. University of South Carolina Physics & Astronomy 26 25 40 3 1  
135. University of South Dakota Physics 12 8 18 3 6 1
136. University of Wisconsin Medical Physics Program 28 28 73 3 14 6
137. Alabama A&M University Physics 12 10 21 2 8 3
138. Auburn University Physics 22 24 50 2 9  
139. Bowling Green State University Physics & Astronomy 14 14 25 2 7 1
140. Creighton University Physics 10 10 10 2 6  
141. East Carolina University Physics 18 18 40 2 9 4
142. Florida Atlantic University Physics 15   42 2 12 3
143. Michigan Technological University Physics 19 19 44 2 13 7
144. Mississippi State University Physics & Astronomy 16 20 46 2 9 4
145. Montana Tech Geosciences & Engineering 58 62 98 2 42 19
146. Montana Tech of the University of Montana Materials Science PhD Program 47 15 46 2 10 3
147. New Mexico State University Astronomy 10 10 23 2 7 3
148. North Dakota State University Physics 10 10 18 2 4 1
149. Ohio University Physics and Astronomy 26 26 76 2 15 6
150. Oregon State University Physics 17 17 45 2 6 1
151. Texas Christian University Physics and Astronomy 9 9 17 2 3  
152. Texas State University, San Marcos Physics 24 24 30 2 3 2
153. The Graduate Center - The City University of New York Ph.D. Program in Physics 85 2 106 2 21 9
154. University of Vermont Physics 13 14 15 2 3 1
155. University of Wyoming Physics & Astronomy 15 15 35 2 8 3
156. Western Michigan University Physics 14 14 24 2 4 3
157. Clark University Physics 6 6 11 1 2 1
158. Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis Physics 14 14 24 1 5 1
159. Oakland University Physics 15 15 14 1 3 2
160. San Diego State University Physics 12 12 40 1 20 5
161. Southern Connecticut State University Physics 9 9 6 1 3  
162. State University of New York (SUNY), Albany Physics 16 3 46 1 7 2
163. University of Alaska Fairbanks Physics 11 7 24 1 4 1
164. University of Dayton Electro-Optics Program 5 13 56 1 19 7
165. University of Denver Physics 12 12 20 1 6 1
166. University of Maine Physics and Astronomy 17 11 26 1 5 2
167. University of Tulsa Phys. & Eng. Phys. 10 10 14 1 4 2
168. Appalachian State University Physics and Astronomy 24 24 46   20 3
169. Bryn Mawr College Physics 6 6 6   2 1
170. California State University, Long Beach Physics & Astronomy 13 13 63   15 4
171. Case Western Reserve University Astronomy 5   2      
172. DePaul University Physics 8 8 10   5 1
173. Eastern Michigan University Physics and Astronomy 11 13 10   5 1
174. Indiana University, Bloomington Astronomy 10 12 18   4 1
175. Miami University Physics 14 14 20   10  
176. National University of Ireland Galway School of Physics            
177. San Jose State University Physics 14 22 35   11 2
178. Seton Hall University Physics 7 7 7      
179. Portland State University Physics 15 16 41   6 4