B. S. University at Albany, State University of New York, Albany, New York. Double major: Physics and Mathematics, Concentration in Science Education; (1991)




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Current CV

Karen Cummings

Department of Physics

Southern Connecticut State University

New Haven, CT 06515


e mail: cummingsk2@southernct.edu Phone : 203-392-7043


Current Position

Associate Professor of Physics (with tenure),
Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, CT 06515


Education

B.S. University at Albany, State University of New York, Albany, New York. Double major: Physics and Mathematics,

Concentration in Science Education; (1991).


M.S. University at Albany. Physics; (1993).


Ph.D. University at Albany. Physics; (August,1996).

Experimental Condensed Matter. Dissertation topic: "Effects of Relative Humidity and Airborne Pollutants on the Reaction Between Water and Glass: Applications to Historic Stained Glass Windows"


Positions Held

  • Associate Professor of Physics, Southern Connecticut State University, 9/2002-present

  • Edward Hamilton Clinical Assistant Professor of Physics, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 7/97-9/2002




  • Visiting Assistant Professor of Physics, Skidmore College, 8/96 7/97.




  • Adjunct Instructor, Hudson Valley Community College and Berkshire Community College. 5/95 7/97.




  • Physics Instructor, University at Albany, College Science and Technology Entry Program, 1/95 8/96.




  • Teaching Assistant, University at Albany, Department of Physics, 1/91 8/96.


Publications


Books, Chapters and Monographs


Problem Solving in Introductory Physics, Workbook on approaches to problem solving in physics and related exercises. State University of New York at Albany, Department of Physics, Copyright 1995.

"Studio Instruction: A Cost Effective Approach to Improving Science Course Outcomes". (Invited Chapter). Improving Productivity in Higher Education. Miller and Grocia, Editors, March, 2004

Understanding Physics by K. Cummings, P. Laws, E.F. Redish, P. Cooney based on Fundamentals of Physics by Halliday, Resnick and Walker., John Wiley and Sons pub., April, 2004.


Edited Volumes


Editor of science education publications for the Association of Women in Science Magazine, 1999 2002.

Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings 2001, J. Marx, S. Franklin, K. Cummings, Editors, February, 2002

Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings 2002, S. Franklin, K. Cummings, J. Marx, Editors, March 2003

Spring 2004 American Physical Society Forum on Education Newsletter, K. Cummings Editor, April 2004

Physics Education Research Conference Proceedings 2003, American Institute of Physics, publishers, J. Marx, S. Franklin, K. Cummings, Editors, May 2004

Spring 2005 American Physical Society Forum on Education Newsletter, K. Cummings Editor, May 2005

Fall 2005 American Physical Society Forum on Education Newsletter, K. Cummings Editor, November 2005

Spring 2006 American Physical Society Forum on Education Newsletter, K. Cummings Editor, May 2006

Spring 2007 American Physical Society Forum on Education Newsletter, K. Cummings Editor, April 2007

Spring 2008 American Physical Society Forum on Education Newsletter, K. Cummings Editor, April 2008

Physics education research editor for the American Journal of Physics (AJP) (Feb. 2004-Sept. 2008)


Journal Publications


(peer reviewed) Nuclear Reaction Analysis of Corroded Glass Surfaces, K. Cummings, and W.A. Lanford, Proceedings, NATO Advanced Study Institute, Applications of Particle and Laser Beams in Material Technology, Chalkidiki, Greece, May 8-21, 1994, ed. P. Misaelides, Kluwer Academic Publishers (1994).


(peer reviewed) Prompt-Gamma Resonant Nuclear Reaction Analysis for Light Elements: H, Li, F, and Na. W.A. Lanford, K. Cummings, A. Haberl and C. Shepard, Proceedings, NATO Advanced Study Institute, Applications of Particle and Laser Beams in Material Technology, Chalkidiki, Greece, May 8-21, 1994, ed. P. Misaelides, Kluwer Academic Publishers (1994).


(peer reviewed) Use of Large Ge Detectors In Place of BGO Detectors for Hydrogen Profiling or Other Particle-gamma NRA, W.A. Lanford, K. Cummings, and J. Kadlecek, Nuclear Instruments and Methods-B, 118, 176-179 (1996).


(peer reviewed) Weathering of Glass in Moist and Polluted Air, K. Cummings, W.A. Lanford, M. Feldmann, Nuclear Instruments and Methods-B, 136-138, 858-862 (1998).


(peer reviewed) The Structure of Gel-Layers of Corroded Potash-Lime-Silicate Glass, T. Bohm and K. Cummings, Proceedings of the 6th International Otto Schott Colloquium, Jena, Germany, September 6-10, (1998)


(peer reviewed) Evaluating Innovation in Studio Physics, K. Cummings, J. Marx, R Thornton, D. Kuhl, American Journal of Physics, Supplement 1 to Vol. 67, No. 7, pp S38-S45 (1999)


Mathematics Curriculum Foundations for Introductory Physics Instruction, K. Cummings, Mathematical Association of America Month Minutes, November (1999).


The Importance of Mentoring for Junior Faculty, K. Cummings, American Association of Women in Science Magazine, No. 3, pp 23-27, (1999)


The Impact of Global Learning on the Local Classroom, K. Cummings, American Association of Women in Science Magazine, No. 3, pp 33-35, (2000)


What Common Sense (and Cognitive Science) Tells Us About Teaching Science, K. Cummings, American Association of Women in Science Magazine, No. 1, pp 29-30, (2001)


What is Constructivism? K. Cummings, American Association of Women in Science Magazine, No. 2, pp 23-27, (2001)


(peer reviewed) Development of a Problem Solving Assessment Tool for Introductory Physics Students, K. Cummings, and T. French, Proceedings of the National Physics Education Research Conference, Rochester, NY, pp 87-91, August (2001) .


Improving Science Instruction Through Assessment, K. Cummings, American Association of Women in Science Magazine, No. 3, (2001)


(peer reviewed) Student Textbook Use in Introductory Physics, K. Cummings, P. Cooney and T. French. Proceedings of the National Physics Education Research Conference, Boise, ill, August (2002).


(peer reviewed) Effectiveness of Abridged Interactive Lecture Demonstrations, T.

French and K. Cummings, Proceedings of the National Physics Education Research Conference, Boise, ill, August (2002).


(peer reviewed) Attitudes Toward Problem Solving as Predictors of Student Success, K.

Cummings and Stephanie Lockwood (SCSU Undergraduate), Proceedings of the National Physics Education Research Conference, Madison, Wisconsin, August (2003).


(peer reviewed) Student Understanding of Reflections from a Plane Mirror, K. Cummings and Edward Grillo, (SCSU Undergraduate), Proceedings of the National Physics Education Research Conference, Sacramento, California, August (2004).


(peer reviewed) The Effectiveness of Incorporation Conceptual Writing Assignments in Physics Instruction. K. Cummings and M. Murphy, Proceedings of the National Physics Education Research Conference, Syracuse, New York, August (2006).


(peer reviewed) Normalized Change. J. Marx and K. Cummings, American Journal of

Physics, Vol. 75, No. 1, pp. 87-91 (2007)


(peer reviewed) Comparing the Force and Motion Conceptual Evaluation and the Force Concept Inventory, R, Thornton, D. Kuhl, K. Cummings and J. Marx, submitted for publication, Physical Review Special Topics: Physics Education Research, April (2007).


(Invited) Publishing and Refereeing Papers in Physics Education Research, L. Hsu, R. Beichner, K. Cummings, J. L. Kolodner, and L. McCullough, Proceedings of the 2007 Physics Education Research Conference (PERC),AIP Press. Melville NY, (2007)


(peer reviewed) A Study of Peer Instruction Methods with High School Physics Students, K. Cummings and S. Roberts, Proceedings of the 2008 Physics Education Research Conference (PERC),AIP Press. Melville NY, (2008)

(Invited) Integration of Lecture and Laboratory in Introductory Science Instruction: What Have We Learned from the Studio Teaching Movement?, K. Cummings, Proceedings of the Second Workshop on Promising Practices in Undergraduate Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Education, National Academy of Science Publication, (2008)

Invited Presentations at National and International Meetings


Use of Large Ge Detectors in Place of BGO Detectors for Hydrogen Profiling or Other Particle-gamma NRA, 12th International Conference on Ion Beam Analysis, Tempe, Arizona, May, 1995


Weathering of Glass in Moist and Polluted Air: Applications to Historic Stained Glass Windows Conservation, 13th International Conference on Ion Beam Analysis of Materials, Lisbon, Portugal, July, 1997.


Studio Science, Project Kaleidoscope workshop on Technology and Interdisciplinary Science at James Madison University, June 26, 1999.


Impact of group learning on retention of female and minority students, Gender and Diversity Session, National American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT) meeting, San Antonio, TX, August, 1999.


(Plenary) What’s Changed in a World Transformed by Technologies?, Project Kaleidoscope 10th Anniversary Meeting, College Park, Maryland, October, 1999.


Studio Instruction: The Effective Use of Technology in the Classroom, National American Association of Higher Education, Washington D.C., April, 2000.


Studio Physics at Rensselaer, National AAPT meeting, Guelph, Canada, August, 2000.


Problem Classification Tasks, National AAPT meeting, San Diego, CA, January, 2001.


Connecting Concepts to Problem Solving, National Physics Education Research Conference, Rochester, NY, August, 2001.


Teaching Physics Online: From the University to the Schools National American Physical Society Meeting, Albuquerque, NM, April 9, 2002.

Taking Your Research Questions Into Account When Using Multiple Choice Assessments, Winter National AAPT meeting, Austin, Texas, Jan. 11-15,2003.

Appropriate Goals for Physics Education Research: PER’s Bread and Butter, Winter National AAPT meeting, Miami, Florida, Jan. 23-27, 2004.

Assessing Transfer of Conceptual Understanding, Summer National AAPT meeting, Sacramento, California ,Aug. 1-7, 2004.

(Plenary Presentation) Foundations and Frontiers in Physics Education Research, Bar Harbor, Maine, August 12, 2005.

What Makes Simple Questions so Hard for Our Students?, Foundations and Frontiers in Physics Education Research, Bar Harbor, Maine, August 13, 2005.

Invited Presentations at National and International Meetings-Continued

Is Revolution Really Necessary for Course Improvement? Plenary, New England Joint APS/AAPT meeting, Boston, MA, April, 2006.

Publishing & Refereeing Papers in Physics Education Research, National Physics Education Research Conference, Greensboro, N.C., August 2, 2007.


(Keynote Presentation) Pedagogical Issues in Physics Teaching for Engineers: Data-driven Introductory Physics Instruction, 5th International Conference on Physics Teaching in Engineering Education, Delft University of Technology, Delft, Netherlands, October 25, 2007.

Using Assessment and Evaluation to Improve Instruction, AAPT/APS/AAAS New Physics and Astronomy Faculty Workshop, Washington, D.C., November 12, 2007

Assessing Student Understanding Part 2: Attaching Meaning to the Results, National Physics Teacher Education Coalition Workshop, Austin, TX, March 1, 2008

Using Assessment and Evaluation to Improve Instruction, AAPT/APS/AAAS New Physics and Astronomy Faculty Workshop, Washington, D.C., June 26, 2008

Adaptations of the Physics By Inquiry Curriculum: Part I - Tips for Successful Implementation, National Physics Education Research Conference, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, July 24, 2008.

What Have We Learned from the Studio Teaching Movement?, K. Cummings, Second Workshop on Promising Practices in Undergraduate Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Education, National Academy of Science, Washington, D.C., October 14, 2008

Using Assessment and Evaluation to Improve Instruction, AAPT/APS/AAAS New Physics and Astronomy Faculty Workshop, Washington, D.C., November 14, 2008


Other Presentations

Poster and invited presentations are noted; all others are contributed oral presentations.


Pedagogical Evolution at a Technical University, Northeast Regional AAPT Meeting, Poughkeepsie, New York, November, 1997.


Correspondence Between Diagnostic Exam Results and Course Grades in Introductory Physics Courses, Shaping the Future Conference, sponsored by NSF, New York City, New York, May, 1998.


Studio Physics-Where We Are and Where We May be Headed, National American Association of Physics Teachers meeting, Lincoln, Nebraska, August, 1998.


Can We Really Teach Introductory Physics to Distance Learners?, National American Association of Physics Teachers meeting, Anaheim, CA, January, 1999.


(Invited) Studio Physics at Rensselaer, University of Minnesota, Department of Physics, May, 1999.


Effective Use of Technology in Introductory Science Classrooms, National Consortium of Specialized Math, Science and Technology Secondary Schools, Austin, Texas, March, 1999.


(Invited) Innovations in Studio Physics, NSF Chautauqua on Distance Education, Troy, New York, May, 1999.


(poster) Teaching the Concepts of Flux Using a Multimedia Module, National American Association of Physics Teachers meeting, San Antonio, TX, August, 1999.


Issues in Implementation and Adaptation of New Pedagogy, National American Association of Physics Teachers meeting, San Antonio, TX, August, 1999.


(Invited) Studio Instruction at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Montgomery College, Maryland, January, 2000.


Use of Computer-Based Homework Systems in Large Enrollment Courses, WebAssign Users Conference, North Carolina State University, May, 2000.


(Invited) The Studio Approach to Introductory Physics Instruction, University of Oregon, May, 2000.


Development of a Tool for Introductory Physics Problem Solving Assessment, National AAPT meeting, Guelph, Canada, August, 2000.


(Invited) A Scientific Approach to Curriculum Development, New Faculty Orientation, Sponsored by the Dean of Undergraduate Education’s Office, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, September, 2000.


(Invited) Active Learning Strategies for Use with Science and Engineering Students, Rochester Institute of Technology, October, 2000.


(Invited) Active Learning Strategies for Use with Science and Engineering Students, Brown University, November, 2000.


(Invited) Developing and Assessing Problem Solving Skills in Introductory Physics Students, University of New Mexico, November, 2000.


(Invited) The Rensselaer Laptop Program One Year Later, Sponsored by the Dean of Undergraduate Education’s Office, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, December, 2000.


(Invited) Developing and Assessing Problem Solving Skills in Introductory Physics Students, University of New Hampshire, February, 2001.


(Invited) A New Approach to Introductory Physics Instruction, Kent State University, March, 2001.


(Invited) Using Assessment to Guide Curriculum Development, Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute, March, 2001.


(Invited) Using WebAssign as a Management Tool in Large Enrollment Courses, WebAssign Users Conference, North Carolina State University, June, 2001.


(Invited) A Scientific Approach to Curriculum Development, New Faculty Orientation, Sponsored by the Dean of Undergraduate Education’s Office, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, September, 2001.


(Invited) Studio Teaching at Rensselaer, Worchester Polytechnic Institute, October, 2001.


(Invited) New Approaches to Science, Engineering and Mathematics Education, Joint Meeting of the IBM Chapter of the Society of Women Engineers and the Mid-Hudson Association of Women in Science, November, 2001.


(Invited) The Role of Conceptual Understanding in Problem Solving, Union College, Schenectady, NY, February, 2002.


(Invited) Studio Teaching at Rensselaer, University of Kansas, February 8, 2002.


(Invited) Studio Teaching at Rensselaer, Kansas State University, February 10, 2002.


Student Use of Textbooks in Introductory Physics, Summer American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT) meeting, Boise, ID, August 3-6,2002.


(Poster) Effectiveness of Abridged Interactive Lecture Demonstrations, National Physics Education Research Conference, Boise, ID, August 6-8, 2002.

(Invited) Making Innovative Curricula Work Within Traditional Classroom Structures, Fall NY State section AAPT meeting, Binghamton, NY, October 5, 2002.

Making Effective Use of Educational Technologies in a Physics Classroom. SCSU Academic Computing Conference, April 12, 2003.

(Invited) Making Innovative Curricula Work Within Traditional Classroom Structures, University of Pennsylvania, April 30, 2003.

Attitudes Toward Problem Solving as Predictors of Student Success, Summer National AAPT meeting, Madison, Wisconsin, July 30-Aug. 4, 2003.

Understanding Physics, Wiley Representatives Meeting, Palm Beach, Florida, Aug. 5, 2003.

(Invited) Experiment Driven Introductory Physics, University of Connecticut, Nov. 15, 2003.

(Invited) Student Attitudes Toward Problem Solving, NY State Section AAPT/APS meeting, Buffalo, NY, April 7, 2004.

(Invited) An Overview of Physics Education Research, SUNY-Albany, Albany, NY, April 12 2004.

(Invited) The Case for Experiment as the Foundation for Introductory Physics Instruction, New York University, NY, NY, May 15, 2004.

Summative Report on Studio Physics at Rensselaer, Summer National AAPT meeting, Sacramento, California, Aug. 1-7, 2004.

Taking Scientific Approach to Improving Science Instruction, Southern Connecticut State University Professional Development series on assessment implementation at SCSU, March 16, 2005.

Implementing Physics by Inquiry at Southern Connecticut State University, National AAPT meeting, Salt Lake City, Utah, Aug. 4, 2005.

(Invited) Introducing Interactivity Into Calculus-Based Courses for Scientists and Engineers, Ithaca College, October 29, 2005.

(Invited) Is Revolution Really Necessary for Course Improvement?, Joint meeting of the New England Sections of AAPT/APS, Boston University, April 1, 2006

Assessing Adaptations of Physics by Inquiry: Learning Outcomes, National AAPT meeting, Greensboro, NC, July 30, 2007

Influencing Student's Attitudes and Expectations in Introductory Physics, National AAPT meeting, Greensboro, NC, July 30, 2007

(Poster) A Study of Peer Instruction Methods with High School Physics Students, National AAPT meeting, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada July 23, 2008


Workshops Given

Director, “Effective Use of Technology in the Science Classroom” as part of the Rensselaer/United Technologies Corporation Information Technology workshop for in-service K-12 science teachers. This workshop was voted most valuable on the overall conference evaluation. June, 1998.


Director of National Science Foundation (NSF) sponsored workshop, “Studio Approach to Teaching Science, Engineering and Math”, June, 1999.


Co-Chair of “Gender and Diversity Session”, National Physics Education Research Conference, San Antonio, TX, August, 1999.


Director of NSF sponsored workshop, “Studio Approach to Student Centered Science, Engineering and Math Instruction”, July, 2000.


Presenter, New Jersey Science Convention, pre-convention workshop for Grade 8-12 teachers, “Studio Physics Instruction”, September, 2000.


Director of NSF sponsored Chautauqua workshop, “Studio Approach to Teaching Physics”, June, 2001.


Presenter, New Jersey Science Convention, pre-convention workshop for Grade 8-12 teachers, “Studio Physics Instruction”, Summit, NJ, November, 2001.


Workshop facilitator for AAPT/APS New Faculty Workshop with the Physics Education Research Group at the University of Washington, “Physics by Inquiry”, held in College Park, MD. Nov. 7,2002.


Director of NSF sponsored Chautauqua workshop, “Studio Approach to Teaching Science”, Troy, NY, June, 2002.


Co-Director of NSF sponsored Chautauqua workshop, “Approaches to Assessment”, July, 2003.


Co-Director of NSF sponsored Chautauqua workshop, “Approaches to Assessment”, July, 2004.

Presenter, Science Teacher’s Association of NY State, “What Do Our Students Know?, September, 2004.

Presenter, Winter 2005 National American Association of Physics Teachers, “Teaching Physics Using the Physics Suite” , Albuquerque, NM, Jan 8-12, 2005

Director, “The Physics of Bridge Building”, State of CT Dept of Education, New Haven, CT, July 18-29, 2005

Director, “The Physics of Bridge Building”, State of CT Dept of Education, New Haven, CT, July 10-15, 2006

Presenter, Nano- and Materials Science for Pre-College Teachers, New Haven, CT, Summer, 2008


Externally Funded Research Projects

Science Outreach Program and Remote Science Instruction funded by the Rensselaer Strategic Investments program, February, 1998. $10,000. (Cummings -Principle Investigator with Associated Faculty: Thomas Apple, Kevin Craig, Chun Leung, Bradford Lister, Lester Rubenfeld).


Development of a Physics Outreach Program, funded by the New York State section of the American Physical Society for Student K-12 Outreach Activities, March, 1998. $500. (Cummings with Robin Thomas-student).


Implementation of the Laptop Computer Program in Studio Physics I and II funded by Rensselaer’s Strategic Investments Program, September, 1999. $110,000. (with Napolitano and Associated Faculty: Philip Casabella, Wayne Roberge, and Leo Schowalter).


“Development of a Problem Solving Skill Assessment Tool for Use in Evaluation of Introductory Physics Curricula”, January, 2000. $61.886, National Science Foundation-Professional Opportunities for Woman in Research and Education Program (Cummings Principle Investigator).


“Toward Optimization of the Studio Physics I Curriculum”, June, 2000. $76,000. National Science Foundation, Course Curriculum and Laboratory Improvement Program (Cummings, Principle Investigator).


“Integrating Technology into Problem Solving Laboratories”, Division of Undergraduate Education, NSF CCLI-EMD, June, 2001, $75,000. (subcontract with Cummings as Principle Investigator, $499,900 total to University of Minnesota, K. Heller, PI).


“Assessing the Transfer of Understanding from Introductory Science and Mathematics Courses to Later Courses in Engineering”, National Science Foundation, Assessing Student Achievement Grant, August 2002, $400,000 ( Cummings Co-PI with Lister at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute).


“Implementing Physics by Inquiry: A Collaborative Project”, June, 2004. $76,000, National Science Foundation, Course, Curriculum and Laboratory Improvement Program, (Cummings, Principle Investigator).


“Bridge Building: Developing an Understanding of Physical Science and Engineering Concepts-A Partnership for Curriculum and Professional Development”, State of Connecticut, Dept. of Education, Math-Science Partnerships Program, January 2005, $75,000 (Cummings Principle Investigator with New Haven Public Schools).


“Alternative Energy Sources: Developing an Understanding of Physical Science and Energy Concept-A Partnership for Curriculum and Professional Development”, State of Connecticut, Dept. of Education, Math-Science Partnerships Program, January 2005, $75,000 (Cummings Principle Investigator with New Haven Public Schools).


“Focusing a General Education Science Course on Improving Science Literacy”, Submitted to the National Science Foundation’s Course Curriculum and Laboratory Improvement program, proposed budget $150, 000, May, 2008, (Cummings and Jeffrey Marx Co-PIs)


Professional Service Activities


Member of the opening plenary planning committee for Project Kaleidoscope, 1999.


Physics panel leader for Mathematical Association of America curriculum revision task force, 1999.


Co-Chair of the Gender and Diversity Session, National Physics Education Research Conference, San Antonio, TX, 1999.


Review panel member for NSF Course, Curriculum and Laboratory Improvement program, 2000.


Member of the nominating committee for the national APS Forum on Education, 1999-2000


Advisor to the Department of Physics at MIT on the Technology Enhanced Active Learning project, 2001


Co chair and organizer, 5th Annual National Physics Education Research Conference, Rochester, New York, August, 2001.


Chair, plenary session on physics education research, national AAPT meeting, Rochester, New York, August, 2001.


Faculty advisor of the Rensselaer Student Chapter of Society of Women Engineers, 1998 2002.


New Visions Campus Director (New Visions is an alternative education program run in conjunction with the state department of education which brings talented high school students and teachers to the Rensselaer campus for half day educational experiences), January 2000 September 2002.


National Science Foundation (NSF) review panel member for the Research on

Learning and Education (ROLE) Program -Division of Undergraduate Education (DUE), July 25-26, 2002.


NSF review panel member for the Assessing Student Achievement (ASA) Program- Division of Undergraduate Education (DUE), October 20-23,2002.


NSF review panel member for the Assessing Student Achievement (ASA) Program- Division of Undergraduate Education (DUE), December 2-5,2003.


Member of the American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT) National Committee on Physics Education Research, 1999 2003.


Representative to Science Education NSTA/NCATE certification work group, July 2003-November 2004.


Member of the Higher Ed advisement committee for Connecticut State Department of Education task force for development of the state K-12 science framework, May, 2004.


Member of the American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT) National Committee on Undergraduate Education, January 2003-January 2006


Member of the Executive Board for the National American Physical Society (APS) Forum on Education, October 2002-April 2008


Editorial Board for the PTEC (Physics Teacher Education Coalition) Best-Practices book on physics teacher education, 2006-Present

Physics education research editor for the American Journal of Physics (AJP) (Feb. 2004-Sept. 2008)


Professional Affiliations


  • American Physical Society (APS)




  • American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT)

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