Home Page of S.A.Crawshaw
Home Page of S.A. Crawshaw/ Director of Open Labs
He is responsible for the day to day operation of the Labs. For materials pertaining to lab please use: http://ualr.edu/physics/index.php/home/courses-material/palabmaterials/
S.A. Crawshaw (email@example.com) is an Instructor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Arkansas, Little Rock. He joined the Department in the Fall of 1977. He received his Masters degree in Plasma Physics in 1976. His Masters Thesis focused on the Transition from Anode Glow to No Anode Glow in a Hydrogen Glow Discharge. Crawshaw is currently Director of the Introductory Physics and Astronomy Labs
Philosophy: Examples: Using something to relate to: Spark Imagination (humor is always good medium): What I have been committed to is Demonstrating and Teaching: In the “OLD” days instructors would use “lecture demonstrations.” I still do, I will merge my lecture demonstrations and the web for the Astronomy, Elementary I and Elementary II topics covered in the labs as well as materials related to illustrate the materials.
The topics will separated into three areas: Astronomy, First Semester Physics, Second Semester Physics and a “virtual museum”.
September 10, 2012: With the coming of a new web format, this now is going to be reworked. All links have been removed.
Education: M.S.,1976 Physics Department, Auburn University
Thesis: The Transistion from Anode Glow to No Anode Glow in a Hydrogen Glow Discharge B.A. 1972 Physics Department, The University of Michigan-Flint(With Great Distinction)