Rockefeller Building
Office: Rockefeller 203
Lab: Rockefeller 16

More info about CMB research at CWRU can also be found at Prof. John Ruhl’s site.

How To Join Us

CWRU offers a number of ways for undergraduate students to get involved in research, and you can learn more about them here. Students interested in Summer research are encouraged to contact Johanna Nagy in late Winter or early Spring to learn about potential projects. At least one year of introductory college physics coursework is usually recommended before joining the group.

Graduate Students
The Nagy lab is currently looking for Ph.D. students to work on all ongoing research projects. Follow the links to learn more about our graduate program and application process. Prospective graduate students are eligible to apply for several research fellowships before or after being admitted to CWRU, including the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship and the NASA Space Technology Graduate Research Fellowship. Please contact Johanna Nagy if you are interested in submitting an application.

We don’t have a formal position advertised at this time, but please feel free to reach out to Johanna Nagy to learn more about upcoming opportunities.