Since arriving at GU, I have taught courses across the physics curriculum to students from many majors on campus. Exposing so many students to topics such as the conservation laws of nature and the beautiful symmetry of Gauss’ law early in their college careers makes teaching introductory courses incredibly rewarding. As my students quickly learn, I emphasize critical thinking skills and problem solving techniques over rote memorization. Only by building upon basic and fundamental physical understanding can students learn to solve novel problems. Students may also enroll in my Computational Physics or Nuclear Physics courses in which they will learn to numerically solve complex problems and that the atomic nucleus still holds an incredible number of secrets of the universe.
Spring 2017 courses:
- PHYS.204.01 Scientific Physics II
- PHYS.204L.03 Scientific Physics II Lab
- PHYS.204L.06 Scientific Physics II Lab
- PHYS.103L.14 Scientific Physics I Lab
- Relevant course information for students can be found on Blackboard.
- General information about the coursework needed to be a physics major or minor can be found on the GU Physics Department website.
Spring 2017 Office Hours:
- 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm on MTW in Herak 311C
- 3:10 pm to 4:05 pm on Th in Herak 245 as part of Drop-In Tutoring
- Further hours by appointment