Hey everyone, I'm a 24 year old junior working on a BS in Physics. (Like everyone else) my main interest is theoretical astrophysics/astronomy. I'm a good student (3.2) and work at the observatory at my school and do a couple of other various jobs in the Physics department. I am particularly interested in studying auroras and I was wondering if anyone knew of some schools that might offer doctoral degrees in that area? I've done some research and haven't come up with a ton of stuff. The main one I found was University of Alaska Fairbanks (?) and I definitely do not want to live in Alaska for even a minute as I hate the cold. I'd prefer to stay in Texas. UT Austin and Rice are obviously choices but not everyone can get in there so I was curious about what some other options might be. Any constructive advice would be appreciated!