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Bachelor's of Science in Environmental Science from the University of Tennessee at Martin.
Masters in Curriculum and Instruction from Texas A & M Corpus Christi.
Welcome to Physics!
My hope this year is to make you love Physics! I will attempt to make Physics be something that you will remember for the rest of your life!So what you cover is not what matters, but what you uncover is whatmatters. And if you can somehow do it so that there are partsof the course that they will remember for the rest of their lives, that’s even more important. If a student has come tomy lectures, on rainbows, and haloes, and glories, for the restof their lives, rainbows will never be the same. And they will always think of me when they see a rainbow. And in factsometimes 20 or 30 years after a lecture, they send me stillpictures. and they say, “Professor Lewin, I saw a rainbow, and I thought of you and here is a picture.” And the interesting thing is, they sometimes send me a picture which is not even a rainbow, which is a glory; but that doesn’t matter. What it shows is, that Ihave succeeded in making them love physics. And that is my goal. And that should be the goal of every educator. To makethem love physics.— Walter Lewin, MIT professor