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Nicholas Young

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Assistant Professor of Physics

Nicholas Young is an assistant professor studying physics education research and organizes the Georgia Physics and Astronomy Education Research (G-PhAsER) group. His research uses a variety of quantitative techniques to study problems in both undergraduate and graduate physics. Young is particularly interested in applying data science methodologies to questions in physics education and the graduate admissions process. Young earned his PhD in Physics and Computational Mathematics, Science, and Engineering at Michigan State University.


PhD, Michigan State University, 2021

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Young is a former AAAS Mass Media Fellow (The Wichita Eagle).

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