Julie Talbot

Julie Talbot, Ph.D.

Associate Professor and Chair

Phone: 678-839-4093 | Fax: 678-839-4088

Email:  jtalbot@westga.edu

Office: Boyd Building 215

Biography

Dr. Julie Talbot is originally from Western Pennsylvania and majored in physics at Allegheny College, in Meadville, PA. After graduating in 1992, she taught high school for two years, before returning to college. She did her graduate work in physics at Clemson University, receiving her M.A. in 1997, and her PhD in 2000. Her graduate research was in the area of quantum field theory, studying the theoretical anomalous magnetic moment of vector mesons. She is interested in quantum mechanics and particle physics, but most especially, she is interested in teaching physics to undergraduates. She is currently serving as co-advisor to the Physics and Engineering Club.


Courses and Sections

  • Courses Taught
    • BIOL-3825 (Research Methods)    
    • CHEM-3825 (Research Methods)    
    • GEOL-3825 (Research Methods)    
    • MATH-3825 (Research Methods)    
    • PHYS-2211 (Principles of Physics I)    
    • PHYS-2211L (Lab for PHYS 2211)    
    • PHYS-2212 (Principles of Physics II)    
    • PHYS-2212L (Lab for PHYS 2212)    
    • PHYS-3213 (Thermodynamics)    
    • PHYS-3825 (Research Methods)    
    • PHYS-4523 (Computational Physics)    
    • PHYS-4984 (Physics Seminar)    
    • XIDS-2001 (What Do You Really Know Abt:xx)    
  • Summer 2015 Sections
    • PHYS-2211 (Principles of Physics I) Section: 01
    • PHYS-2211L (Lab for PHYS 2211) Section: 01
    • PHYS-2212 (Principles of Physics II) Section: 01
    • PHYS-2212L (Lab for PHYS 2212) Section: 01
  • Spring 2015 Sections
    • PHYS-3213 (Thermodynamics) Section: 01
    • PHYS-4984 (Physics Seminar) Section: 01W
  • Fall 2014 Sections
    • XIDS-2001 (What Do You Really Know Abt:xx) Section: 01
    • PHYS-2212 (Principles of Physics II) Section: 01
    • BIOL-3825 (Research Methods) Section: 01W
    • CHEM-3825 (Research Methods) Section: 01W
    • GEOL-3825 (Research Methods) Section: 01W
    • MATH-3825 (Research Methods) Section: 01W
    • PHYS-3825 (Research Methods) Section: 01W
    • PHYS-4523 (Computational Physics) Section: 01
  • Spring 2014 Sections
    • PHYS-2211 (Principles of Physics I) Section: 01
    • PHYS-3213 (Thermodynamics) Section: 01
    • BIOL-3825 (Research Methods) Section: 01
    • CHEM-3825 (Research Methods) Section: 01
    • GEOL-3825 (Research Methods) Section: 01
    • MATH-3825 (Research Methods) Section: 01
    • PHYS-3825 (Research Methods) Section: 01