Daniel Steiner

  • Assistant Professor of Physics and Astronomy
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    Straz Center 70

    Prof. Daniel Steiner holds a bachelor of science degree in physics from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and a master of science degree in physics from The College of William & Mary.

    He joined the Carthage faculty in Fall 2014, after teaching introductory physics and astronomy at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. At Carthage, he is focused on physics instruction for students majoring in the biological sciences.

    Prof. Steiner’s post-graduate work began in 1997 at UW-Madison, where he was a faculty assistant. From 1998 to 2000, he served as a teaching assistant at The College of William and Mary. The focus of his graduate research in experimental particle physics was on meson spectroscopy, specifically examining high-energy particle decays in hopes of differentiating between models of previously unconfirmed four-quark particle states.

    • B.S., physics — University of Wisconsin-Madison (1997)
    • M.S., physics — The College of William & Mary (2000)
    • PHY 2100 Physics I Lab
    • PHY 1000 Physics for Future Presidents