Dr. Myles' Current & Future Teaching
Thank you very much to many for asking me to teach the introductory physics course that is required for you.
      In Fall, 2011, I'll teach  Physics 4309-5304, Solid State Physics, a specialty course for Physics graduate students & undergraduates. I'll also teach Physics 5101, Seminar,  which is required for all Physics graduate students. In practice, "Teaching" this mainly consists of organizing the Department of Physics Colloquium series, which brings speakers (both external & from TTU) to give research seminars to the faculty & students. This is actually a LOT of work!
I'm also involved in the following activities, which count towards my Faculty Work Load ("Teaching Load").
     1. Supervision of 3 Physics PhD students.
     2. Serving as Physics Graduate Advisor.
     3. Doing research in my area of interest. My Research Page has more details. This includes publishing results, submitting funding proposals, & making presentations at national conferences.
If you are required to take Physics II, I strongly suggest that you NOT wait to take it, whether or not you are in my section.  It's best if you take Physics II ASAP, while the Physics I material is fresh in your mind. Others who normally teach Physics II have a different teaching style than mine. However, all are good instructors!
NO ONE IN THE DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS KNOWS THEIR SPRING, 2012
OR SUMMER, 2012 TEACHING ASSIGNMENTS!!


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