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Physics 104 Profs. Wesley Smith & Jeff Schmidt At UW-Physics we strive to provide an inclusive climate in which every student feels welcome, thrives, and learns, independent of gender identity, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, national origin, income, etc. Should you ever experience or witness discrimination please contact the UW-Physics diversity liaison and ombudsperson Ms. Renée Lefkow [email protected] 608-262-9678 January 22, 2014 Physics 104, Spring 2014 1
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Welcome to Physics 104! Electricity + Magnetism • Optics Modern Physics January 22, 2014 Physics 104, Spring 2014 2 All course information is available on [email protected]: https://uwmad.courses.wisconsin.edu/d2l/home/2362114
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Physics 104: The Cast Lectures (Faculty) – Wesley Smith, [email protected] – Jeff Schmidt, [email protected] Laboratory & Discussion (Teaching Assistants) Shachi Agarwalla [email protected] Prathikeya Avula [email protected] – Yuriy Sizyuk [email protected] – James Bourbeau [email protected] – James Buchanan [email protected] – Saurabh Ghanekar [email protected] – Dahan Kim [email protected] – Cameron King [email protected] – Nitin Ramesh [email protected] – Masahito Sayanagi [email protected] January 22, 2014 Physics 104, Spring 2014 3
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January 22, 2014 Physics 104, Spring 2014 4 Introduction Basic Course Philosophy – read about it (text) – untangle it (lectures) – collaborative learning (discussion) – experiment with it (labs) – challenge yourself (homework) – close the loop (office hours, reading) Help Desk: M:8:50-10:45, F:8:50-5:25, Instructors*: MW:2-3 * Whoever is lecturing the preceding class – All starts this Friday We present several opportunities and formats in which you can learn physics. Please make the best use of our contact hours, capitalizing on the format that works best for you. You will do the learning. We don’t “teach” - rather we can only help you learn. Hours per week ~2 hours 2 hours 2 hours 2 hours ~4 hours ~2 hours
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January 22, 2014 Physics 104, Spring 2014 5 Introduction Basic Course Philosophy – read about it (text) – untangle it (lectures) – collaborative learning (discussion) – experiment with it (labs) – challenge yourself (homework) – close the loop (office hours, reading) We present several opportunities and formats in which you can learn physics. Please make the best use of our contact hours, capitalizing on the format that works best for you. You will do the learning.
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