Rutgers University Department of Physics and Astronomy
Lecture support is provided by David Maiullo who manages the facilities of the Physics Lecture Hall adjacent to Serin Physics Labs. He can provide demonstration equipment, projection equipment, computer-based simulations and displays, in addition to other support needed by lecturers.
Instructional Lab support is managed by Gabe Alba. Gabe manages the Physics Lab rooms and equipment in the Physics Building on Busch Campus, and in the Chemistry Annex at Douglass. He is responsible for scheduling labs, coordinating the sharing of lab equipment, and planning new experiments and lab facilities.
Hsu-Chang Lu runs the daily lab operations. He maintains and services the various lab courses, and develops new experiments. Lu is also responsible for running the instructional computer network.
Undergraduate students needing help for scheduling and enrollment in physics courses should see Stacey Jacobs in Room 201 of the Physics Building.
The Math and Science Learning Center (MSLC) provides numerous services to students including Review Sessions and LRC Tutoring, Hands-On Exhibits, Computer Facilities and Assistance, and Copies of Course Materials and Back Exams.
The Math and Science Learning Center (MSLC) provides numerous services to teaching faculty including course-specific Review Sessions, Hands-On Exhibits, Computer Facilities and Assistance, and Copies of Course Materials and Back Exams. Contact Suzanne Brahmia if you are interested in finding out how the MSLC can help make your course more accessible to your students.
See TA Training - General Information. Contact Gabe Alba for information about the current program.
This page is maintained by Prof. Mohan Kalelkar.
Revised March 9, 2008.