Dan Crowe joined the faculty of the Academy of Science in the fall of 2006 with 12 years of prior teaching experience. Dr. Crowe taught physics, engineering and astronomy at Pacific Union College in California for five years. He taught physics, chemistry, physical science and geometry at high schools in California for three years, and physics at the Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics for four years. He has also been a science editor at a software company.Dr. Crowe earned a B.S. in physics and a B.E. in electrical engineering from Manhattan College before earning a Ph.D. in physics from the City University of New York.Dr. Crowe is a member of the American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT), the American Physical Society (APS), and the National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST). He is currently the AAPT Board of Directors, Member-at-Large Representing High Schools (2017-2020), and serves on the AAPT Executive Programs Committee (2015-2018). He previously served on the following AAPT committees: Committee on Physics in High Schools (2008-2011, 2014-2017, Vice Chair 2015-2016, Chair 2016-2017), Committee on Research in Physics Education (2011-2014), and Nominating Committee (2012). He was also elected Member-at-Large of the Executive Committee of the APS Forum on Education (2012-2015), and served on the Editorial Board of PhysPort (formerly the Physics Education Research User's Guide).
Last Modified on June 9, 2017