David Klinger, Ph.D.
Office: 408 Cudahy Science Building
- B.S., University of Chicago
- M.S., UCLA
- M.S., Cornell University
- Ph.D., Cornell University
Courses taught at Loyola include Modern Physics Lab, College Physics I & II, College Physics Lab I & II, General Chemistry I, General Chemistry Lab I & II
David Klinger joined Loyola in 2016 as an Adjunct Instructor of Physics and Chemistry. In the Summer of 2017, David was invited to join the Physics Department as a full-time faculty member.
For more details, see https://www.linkedin.com/in/davidklinger/
My research interests include evidence-basd methods for improving student learning and student success, both in physics and chemistry education, for struggling students and exceptional students alike. My other academic and technical interests are broad, spanning previous research and development work in condensed matter physics, reliability engineering, process re-engineering, and project management.