Mark D. Greenman

 

 


 

Mark D. Greenman recently joined the Boston University (BU) physics department as Teacher in Resident for the BU PhysTEC program. Mark will also be working with the BU School of Education and physics department supporting the implementation of a new NSF Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship award granted to Boston University.

Mark D. Greenman has recently served for 2-years as an Albert Einstein Distinguished Educator Fellow at the National Science Foundation within the Division of Undergraduate Education (2009-2011). He is a recipient of the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching, the American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT) Paul W. Zitzewitz Award for Excellence in Pre-College Physics Teaching, the Massachusetts’ Council for Technology Education Path Finder Award, the Massachusetts Association of Science Teachers (MAST) Teacher of the Year Award from Essex county, an inductee into the Massachusetts Hall of Fame for Science Educators, and profiled in the Salem News “North Shore 100: Local Leaders Making a Difference in Our Future.”

Mark has served as a district-wide science director, math director and computer director, and he has effectively taught physics, chemistry and mathematics at all levels from calculus-based physics to conceptual physics for the “mathematically challenged.”

Mark holds a M.S. in physics from Syracuse University, a B.S. in physics with a minor in mathematics from Hofstra University, and he is a member of Sigma Pi Sigma and Kappa Mu Epsilon the national physics and mathematics honor societies. He has published journal articles ranging from topics in teaching methodology, teacher preparation, computer education, and technical papers on electrodynamics and electronics and he has presented dozens of workshops at regional and national conferences.

More info: http://physics.bu.edu/sites/phystec/teachers-in-residence/




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