Nathan Dawson PH.D.

College of Natural and Computational Sciences - Department of Natural Science

Assistant Professor of Physics

 

Education:

  • PhD – Physics, December 2010, Washington State University
  • Grad. Cert. in Opto-Electronics - December 2010, Washington State University
  • BS – Physics, May 2004, University of Idaho

Courses Taught:

  • Phys 164 (Algebra-based introductory physics I, includes lab), University of The Bahamas
  • Phys 176 (Calc-based introductory physics I), University of The Bahamas
  • Phyl 176 (Calc-based introductory lab I), University of The Bahamas
  • Phys 2610 (Calc-based introductory physics I), Youngstown State University
  • Phys 2611 (Calc-based introductory physics II), Youngstown State University
  • Phys 2611L (Calc-based introductory lab II), Youngstown State University
  • Phys 410 laboratory portion only (Electronics lab for physicists), Washington State University
  • Phys 201L (Calc-based introductory lab I), Washington State University
  • Phys 202L (Calc-based introductory lab II), Washington State University
  • Astr 150L (Introductory astronomy lab), Washington State University
  • Astr 390 (Lab only astronomy course), Washington State University

 

Teaching Interests/Research

Dr. Dawson has a passion for physics education and teaches introductory physics for students interested in the natural sciences and engineering. He also performs undergraduate-centered research investigating optical materials and fundamental light-matter interactions."

Nathan Dawson

Assistant Professor
PH.D.

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