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University of Louisville (Physics)
University of Louisville (Master's)
University of Alabama in Huntsville (Graduate Coursework)
I am a physics and engineering teacher at a High School). I received my BS in Physics from the University of Louisville in 1993. I went on to complete an MS in Physics (Astrophysics emphasis) from U of L in 1995. I came to Huntsville to work on my PhD in Physics (shifted to Optical Science Engineering). While here, I met and married my wife and began teaching after receiving a Secondary Education Certificate. As a science teacher, I have taught Physical Science, Environmental Science, Physics, Honors Physics, AP Physics, and Robotics, and filled-in on occasion in the Math department. As a Career Tech teacher, I have taught Principles of Engineering, Advanced Engineering Design, and Engineering Internship.
I have been awarded the Golden Apple Teacher of the Year in 2000, a member of the Who's Who in Teachers, nominated as a Teacher of the Year 2002, the Air Force Association State Teacher of the Year 2011, a National Teacher of the Year 2011, and the District Teacher of the Year 2013.
I have a minor in math from U of L, and as a physics major, I use math regularly. Physics is the study of the world around us...which helps make the world more logical.
I am busy like everybody else, but I would like to help you if I can. I am a physics and engineering teacher at a High School). I received my BS in Physics from the University of Louisville in 1993. I went on to complete an MS in Physics (Astrophysics emphasis) from U of L in 1995. I came to Huntsville to work on my PhD in Physics (shifted to Optical … Read more
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