Department of Physics and Engineering

West Virginia Wesleyan College

Dr. Wiest Brings AAPT Meeting to Wesleyan

Wesleyan hosted the annual meeting of the Appalachian Section of the American Association of Physics Teachers on October 26, 2007.

Wesleyan's Dr. Joseph Wiest serves as president. He also chaired this year's meeting.

Wesleyan President Pamela Balch gave the attendees a warm welcome.

 

Joe Zambelli (1991) demonstrated a diffusion cloud chamber that he developed.

Wesleyan students Josh Mullenax, Phil McElfresh, Scott Roberts, and Jacqueline Queen presented results of their NASA summer research internships.

Our guests were also given a tour of Wesleyan's physics labs.

Physics teachers from West Virginia, eastern Ohio, and western Maryland attending the 2007 meeting of the Appalachian Section of the American Association of Physics Teachers, photographed after lunch in Wesleyan's dining hall.