Academic Programs Physics
Noyce Scholars Program
A Program for Students Pursuing Careers as STEM Teachers
This is a collaboration between Midland College and Texas Tech University. The Noyce Scholars program is primarily designed for undergraduate STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) students who are interested in making an impact through teaching. The program is divided into two tracks: Pre-Noyce Summer Fellows and Noyce Scholars. More on this program at www.depts.ttu.edu/stem/noyce
For more information about this grant, please contact:
Margaret Wade, EdD
This program is suggested for students who wish to major in Physics and transfer to a four-year college.
The Physics Department teaches courses which can be generally described as "service" courses. The courses are required by or supportive of many disciplines that want students to learn some of the subject matter of physics and the problem solving approach of physics. These classes demand effort and determination on the part of students. But the rewards are significant. A successful physics student will have a sense of accomplishment and satisfaction at having been challenged academically and of having met the challenge. The Midland College Physics Department wants to create a dynamic environment to help students achieve their maximum academic potential.
Jeremy LuskAHSF Room 106
Phone: (432) 685-4617
Jeremy Lusk is an instructor of physics, and joined the Midland College faculty in 2014. Jeremy earned his bachelor's degree in physics and mathematics from the University of Central Arkansas, and his master's degree in physics from the University of Oklahoma. He is currently working toward finishing his Ph.D. in physics from OU, where his dissertation focuses on the titanic explosions that end the lives of massive stars. Jeremy co-sponsors the Midland College Engineering Club. Outside the classroom, Jeremy spends his time with his wife Lauren raising their young son and playing with their two dogs.