Dr. Myles' Current & Future Teaching
Thanks very much to many of you for asking me to teach Physics 1404 (General Physics II)
in the Spring or Summer, 2009. However, I'm not doing this anytime soon!

In Spring, 2010, I'll teach two courses:
     1. An Undergraduate Course for upper-level Physics Majors, Physics 4304, Mechanics.
(This is Newton's Laws of Motion again, except it is at a much higher level & requires a much higher level
of math knowledge than the Physics 1403 course we just finished).
     2. A Graduate course for Physics MS & PhD Students, Physics 5305, Statisical Physics.

I'm also involved in the following activities, all of which count towards my Faculty Work Load (or "Teaching Load"):
     1.
Supervision of two Physics PhD students.
     2.
Serving as a Physics Graduate Advisor.
     3.
Serving as co-Director of the BS in Engineering Physics Program.
     4. Serving as Secretary-Treasurer of the Texas Section of the American Physical Society.
NO ONE IN THE PHYSICS DEPARTMENT. KNOWS THEIR TEACHING
ASSIGNMENTS FOR SUMMER or FALL, 2010!!

If you are required to take Physics II, I strongly suggest that you NOT wait to take it, hoping I'll teach it sometime!It's best if you take Physics II ASAP after Physics I, while Physics I material is fresh in your mind. Those who normally teach Physics II have a different teaching style than mine. However, all are good instructors!


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