Dr. Joseph Kozminski

Professor, Chair, Physics

Expertise:
Comparative planetology, physics

Credentials:
2005 Ph.D., Michigan State University
2001 M.S., Michigan State University
2000 B.S., University of Notre Dame


Presentations:

Kozminski, J. (2014, July). Developing design skills in the introductory lab. Oral Presentation at the American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT) Summer Meeting, Minneapolis, MN.

Kozminski, J. (2015, January). Writing throughout the physics curriculum. Oral Presentation at the American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT) Winter Meeting, San Diego, CA.

Kozminski, J. (2014, July). The work of the undergraduate curriculum taskforce. Invited Panel Presentation at the American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT) Summer Meeting, Minneapolis, MN.

“Active Astronomy: Using Pluto’s Demotion to Introduce Students to Comparative Planetology” at the University of Chicago.

“Higgs Hunting: an Introduction to the Standard Model and the Search for the Remaining Piece” at Aquinas College, Grand Rapids, MI.

“Advanced Lab: A Training Ground for Responsible Scientists” at the AAPT/AAAS Joint Winter Meeting, February 2009.

“Making the Transition from Introductory to Upper-Lever Courses” and “College Labs and Curriculum.”

“Student Understanding of and Attitudes toward Pluto’s Reclassification” at the Joint AAPT/APS Winter Meeting in Washington DC, Feb 2010.

“What Makes a Good Advanced Lab Experiment?” at the Advanced Lab Topical Conference in Ann Arbor, MI, July 2009.

“Innovations in the Introductory Laboratories” session at the AAPT Summer Meeting, July 2009

Publications:

Kozminski, J., et al. (2014, November). AAPT Recommendations for the Undergraduate Laboratory Curriculum. Retrieved from http://www.aapt.org/Resources/upload/LabGuidlinesDocument_EBendorsed_nov10.pdf.

Service:

President, Chicago Section of the American Association of Physics Teachers.

Significant Funding:

Funding from Windy City Wire for a summer research project involving two undergraduate students.

National Science Foundation S-STEM Grant for STEM Connections Program. Co-PI’s J. Kozminski and J. Keleher.

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