Tag Archives: teaching

20 Aug 2021

  • (abs, pdf) Acquaviva, Teaching Machine Learning for the Physical Sciences: A summary of lessons learned and challenges
  • (abs, pdf) Dosopoulou et al., Galaxy Core Formation by Supermassive Black Hole Binaries: the Importance of Realistic Initial Conditions and Galaxy Morphology
  • (abs, pdf) Schauer et al., Globular Clusters and Streaming Velocities: Testing the new formation channel in high-resolution cosmological simulations

15 Apr 2021

  • (abs, pdf) Fahrion et al., Diversity of nuclear star cluster formation mechanisms revealed by their star formation histories
  • (abs, pdf) Wang et al., SpaceHub: A high-performance gravity integration toolkit for few-body problems in astrophysics
  • (abs, pdf) Breysse et al., Mapping the Universe in HD
  • (abs, pdf) Juneau et al., Jupyter-Enabled Astrophysical Analysis for Researchers and Students
  • (abs, pdf) Yang et al., A New Fast Monte Carlo Code for Solving Radiative Transfer Equations based on Neumann Solution
  • (abs, pdf) Dawoodbhoy et al., Core-Envelope Haloes in Scalar Field Dark Matter with Repulsive Self-Interaction: Fluid Dynamics Beyond the de Broglie Wavelength

Eric R. Immel Teaching Award

I have received the inaugural Eric R. Immel Award for Excellence in Teaching for my PHYS 2212 class in Fall 2014!  It is named after the late Professor Immel and recognizes exemplary teaching in foundational classes in the prior academic year to a junior faculty member.  I’m grateful for the philanthropy of Charlie Crawford (MATH `71) that allowed the creation of this award.