Giving to Physics

2004 Nobel Laureate Prof. Frank Wilczek and A. Neil Pappalardo (EE '64) at the Department's annual Endicott House reception. Photo: C. Kontoes
2004 Nobel Laureate Prof. Frank Wilczek and A. Neil Pappalardo (EE '64) at the Department's annual Endicott House reception.

Support the MIT Department of Physics

The MIT Department of Physics strives to be at the forefront in every field where new physics can be found. By constantly pushing the limits, we have a chance to observe new general principles and to test theories of the structure and behavior of matter and energy.

We invite you to join us on this journey with your financial support. Please consider a gift on behalf of the MIT Department of Physics. As important as outright gifts are to the Department, deferred gifts and other tax planning approaches can often make a more substantial gift possible. Gifts in any amount to the Physics Department unrestricted fund provide the discretionary funds necessary to start new experiments and new science.

Attracting the best graduate students to work with our faculty continues to be our highest priority. We have established the Patrons of Physics Fellows to recognize friends of the Department who have made it possible for us to recruit the very best graduate students.

With your help, we will continue to understand the deepest aspects of nature, perhaps even the origins of space, time and matter. To view Department giving opportunities or to learn more about our Patron’s of Physics Fellows Society please visit
http://web.mit.edu/physics/giving/opportunities.html or http://web.mit.edu/physics/giving/patrons.html.

To make a gift, or for more information on making a gift, please contact:

Ms. Erin McGrath, Director of Development
MIT Departments of Physics & Mathematics
77 Massachusetts Ave., Bldg. 4-309
Cambridge, MA 02139-4307
Tel: 617.452.2807
Email: emcgrath@mit.edu