Hi, welcome to my home on the web. I’m a physics professor at a small liberal arts college. My research interests are in magnetic resonance imaging, nuclear magnetic relaxation, and quantitative image analysis (in MRI and ultrasound). I’m also interested in physics education research – theory, implementation, practical hints, the whole gamut. And I enjoy tinkering with new technologies and eating well.
For more examples of my work (including publications, presentations, and other general writing), check out my CV.
- I am a contributor for the blog ProfHacker (the link follows to my posts), which is part of the Chronicle of Higher Education.
- I am a consultant for Science in Focus, a web series from Books & Culture. My charge is to locate reviewers for our series, which reviews one book each month from three different perspectives.
- I’m available for independent consulting opportunities, and am experienced in the production and editing processes for educational materials, both online and in print.