Below is a list of the officers for the Arizona Section of the AAPT for the
2003-04 academic year.
Follow this link for a description of the duties of the officers.
Ingrid Novodvorsky is Asst Professor of Physics at the University of Arizona, where she is involved in the preparation of secondary science teachers and physics education research. She has been active in AAPT, AzAAPT and the Tucson Area Physics Teachers for the past 15 years.
Bob Huffman teaches physics and engineering at Grand Canyon University. He is currently working on hs private pilot's certificate.
Larry Dukerich teaching chemistry and dual enrollment chemistry at Dobson HS in Mesa. In his spare time, he does curriculum development, maintains the website and provides participant support for the Modeling Instruction Program.
William G. Delinger is professor of physics at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff. He is an active member of AAPT and has served for more than fifteen years as secretary/treasurer of the Arizona section of AAPT. His main teaching assignments at NAU have been in the introductory calculus-based physics sequence of courses, an electronics course, and upper division mechanics courses, and upper division electricity and magnetism courses.
Representative to National AAPT
Doug Lombardi is the Education and Public Outreach Manager for NASA's
Phoenix Mars Mission, a project managed by the Lunar and Planetary
Laboratory at the University of Arizona.
Hal Eastin is an adjunct faculty member of the Physics Dept at Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, AZ.
David Weaver teaches physics at Chandler-Gilbert College.
High school representative - North
Ted Lyons teaches biology, mathematics and physics at Coconino High School in Flagstaff.
High school representative - Central
Kelli Gamez-Warble teaches mathematics and physics at Buckeye Union High School.
High school representative - South
Karie Myers teaches at physics and math at Amphitheater High School in Tucson. She works with JD Garcia and Ingrid Novodvorsky to facilitate the TAPT.
last updated 11/11/03
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