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L. Todd Brown, PhD

  • Associate Professor of Physics
Todd Brown, PhD, is an assistant professor of physics at Pitt-Greensburg where he teaches two semester courses in algebra-based physics and calculus-based physics. He also teaches the inquiry-based physics laboratory and a two-semester natural science sequence course. He is currently designing an introductory astronomy course centered on the use of the campus 12" Schmidt-Cassegrain reflector. He is a member of the Contemporary Physics Education Project, the American Association of Physics Teachers' Committee for Space Science and Astronomy, and the International Occultation Timing Association.