Physics at High Point University

 

physics faculty

Dr. Titus has a B.S. in physics from Penn State University and a Ph.D. in physics from North Carolina State University. His areas of interest are astronomy, computational physics, educational technology, and physics of sports.


Dr. Aaron Titus

Associate Professor of Physics
Chair, Department of Physics


Email: atitus at highpoint.edu
Office: 361 Congdon Hall
Phone: (336) 841-4668
Web: http://physics.highpoint.edu/~atitus/

Dr. DeWitt has a B.S. in aerospace engineering and a Ph.D. in physics from North Carolina State University. His specific areas of interest are astronomy, particle physics, and history of physics.

Dr. Martin DeWitt

Assistant Professor of Physics


Email: mdewitt at highpoint.edu
Office: 360 Congdon Hall
Phone: (336) 841-9140
Web:

Dr. Fiser has a B.S. in physics and mathematics from the University of Mississippi, a M.S. in physics from UNC-Chapel Hill, and a Ph.D. in physics from UNC-Chapel Hill. Her specific areas of interest are biomimetics, nanostructures/MEMS, electrodeposition, microfluidics, soft matter, and nanowires/nanotubes.

Dr. Briana Fiser

Assistant Professor of Physics


Email: bfiser at highpoint.edu
Office:  365 Congdon Hall
Phone:  (336) 841-9412
Web:

Dr. Barlow has a B.S. in physics from Mississippi State University and a Ph.D. in physics (astrophysics concentration) from UNC Chapel Hill. Dr. Barlow’s research interests include pulsating stars, eclipsing binaries, and stellar remnants, including white dwarfs, hot subdwarfs, and neutron stars.

Dr. Brad Barlow
Assistant Professor of Astrophysics 


Email: bbarlow at highpoint.edu
Office: 363 Congdon Hall 
Phone: (336) 841-9542 
Web: http://physics.highpoint.edu/~bbarlow/
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