Ph.D., University of Michigan (1976)
M.S., University of Michigan (1973)
B.S.E., University of Michigan (1971)
A.M. (honorary), Amherst College (1991)
In addition to teaching the normal sequence of courses for physics students, I have a special interest in interdisciplinary teaching. I have often taught First-Year Seminars as well as upper level colloquia. Most recently, this has included the Eros and Insight with the art historian Professor Joel Upton. In the past, my interdisciplinary teaching has included Technology and Culture, The Imagined Landscape, The Nature of Light, Re-imagining the Human in a Technological Age and Romanticism and the Enlightenment.
Fulbright Professorship to Austria