Physics Learning Center Staff
Program Director 608.262.9107 firstname.lastname@example.org Susan started the Physics Learning Center about ten years ago, modeled after the Chemistry Learning Center. Susan also conducts atmospheric physics research.
608.890.0767 email@example.com Amihan returns to the PLC after stints as a professor at Gustavus Adolphus College and an academic advisor for science and pre-health students at the University of Minnesota. Her PhD research was on atmospheric fluid dynamics, so she tells her students that her dissertation was all about solving Newton's second law for a stratified, rotating, spherical shell of a viscous, turbulent fluid. With thermodynamics and chemistry. She is obsessed with waves of all kinds, especially visible light and color.
608.890.0767 firstname.lastname@example.org. Chris has been at the PLC since January of 2014. Previously he was the Outreach Coordinator for the Synchrotron Radiation Center (SRC), a national science lab that provided infrared, visible, ultraviolet, and x-ray light for scientific research. SRC was located near Stoughton, WI. While growing up in Chile, Chris became interested in astronomy and solar energy. He is also intersted in hiking, canoeing, and trying to figure out how to live with the effects of climate change.
Pokie can be contacted at 608.890.0767 email@example.com. More information about Pokie is coming soon.
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