AAPT.org - American Association of Physics Teachers
 

Jennifer L. Docktor, Committee Chair (2016)
University of Wisconsin - La Crosse
Dept. of Physics, 2001 Cowley Hall
1725 State Street
La Crosse, WI United States 54601
Phone: (608) 785-8485
jdocktor@uwlax.edu

Alexandru Maries, Vice Chair (2016)
University Of Pittsburgh
3941 O'Hara St
Pittsburgh, PA United States 15260
Phone: (201) 312-5091
alm195@pitt.edu

Zhongzhou Chen (2018)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
77 Massachusetts Ave
Cambridge, MA United States 02139-4307
Phone: (617) 324-2731
zchen22@mit.edu

Seth T. DeVore (2018)
West Virginia University
1500 Univ Ave
Morgantown, WV United States 26506-0002
stdevore@mail.wvu.edu

Patrick Kohl (2016)
Colorado School of Mines
1500 Illinois St
Golden, CO United States 80401-1843
Phone: (303) 384-2303
patkohlcu@gmail.com

Lindsay Owens (2017)
University of Cincinnati
511 Teachers College
PO Box 210022
Cincinnati, OH United States 45221
owensly@mail.uc.edu

Anna M. Phillips (2018)
Tufts University
Physics Dept
Medford, MA United States 02155-5555
annaphillips@gmail.com

Idaykis Rodriguez (2016)
Florida International University
11200 SW 8th Street
Physics Department CP204
Miami, FL United States 33199
Phone: (305) 206-6154
irodr020@fiu.edu

Asma Said (2017)
Santa Monica College
1900 Pico Blvd
Santa Monica, CA United States 90405-1628
Phone: (310) 542-4281
said_asma@smc.edu

Robert C. Hilborn, Ex Officio
AAPT
Office of the Executive Officer
One Physics Ellipse
College Park, MD United States 20740-3845
Phone: (301) 209-3311; Fax: (301) 209-0845
rhilborn@aapt.org

Aaron P. Titus, Ex Officio
High Point University
833 Montileu Ave
Department of Physics
High Point, NC United States 27262-3598
atitus@highpoint.edu

Richard Ballentine, Staff Liaison
American Association of Physics Teachers
Office of the Executive Officer
One Physics Ellipse
College Park, MD United States 20740-3845
Phone: (301) 209-3311; Fax: (301) 209-0845
rballentine@aapt.org

 

 

Mission

  1. Provide a forum for consideration of topics relevant to graduate instruction in physics.
  2. Through communication with the Committee on Physics in Undergraduate Education and with the AAPT membership, seek ways in which students may be better prepared for the transition from undergraduate school to graduate school, and ways in which students may emerge from graduate school better prepared for undergraduate teaching as well as academic and industrial research.
  3. Aid in keeping the AAPT membership and other academic and research physicists aware of effective means of conducting graduate instruction in physics, in classrooms and in research.
  4. Provide effective communication, through accepted channels, between AAPT and research oriented scientific and engineering societies with overlapping interests.