I have taught the following courses:

Physics 300, "Survey of Mathematical Physics", a course that bridges the under-division and upper-division undergraduate physics major courses, introducing key mathematical tools while emphasizing how to think about math like a physicist.

Astronomy 444, "Applications of Gravitation," a new course on applications of general relativity for advanced undergraduate students.

Physics 211, "Elementary Physics," an algebra-based introduction to mechanics and thermodynamics.

Physics 211L, "Elementary Physics Laboratory", the laboratory co-requisite to Physics 211.

Physics 520, "Analytical Mechanics," a master's-level course in classical mechanics and special relativity.

Physics 225, "Fundamental Physics," a calculus-based introduction to mechanics. I am piloting a revision of this course using a flipped classroom, supported in part by the CSU Sustaining Success and Proven Course Resdesign redesign programs.


Curriculum Vitae

Geoffrey Lovelace
McCarthy Hall 601B, California State University, Fullerton
800 North State College Blvd., Fullerton, CA 92834
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Personal Data  
Born April 6, 1980, Huntingdon Valley, PA   
Assistant Professor Aug. 2012 – present
California State University, Fullerton  
Research Associate Sep. 2007 – Aug. 2012
Cornell University  
Postdoctoral Scholar Jul. 2007 – Aug. 2007
California Institute of Technology  
Ph.D. in Physics Oct. 2002 – Jun. 2007
California Institute of Technology  
B.S. in Physics Aug. 1998 – May 2002
University of Oklahoma  
Visiting Appointments  
Visiting Associate Aug. 2012 – present
California Institute of Technology  


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