Life at Wittenberg
Graduation Year: 2008
Minor: Computational Science
Departmental Activities: Computational Science internship at AFRL studying Sulfide anions and their applications to future energy materials.
Extra Curricular Activities: Crew team, Society of Physics Students, Contemporary Worship Service music team
Most Helpful Courses: Being from a physics background, differential equations and multi-variable calculus were the most applicable to my studies. The professor attempted to link the material to situations in physics the majority of the time.
Most Helpful Experiences: Professors taking interest in and being very open to student projects. Almost all professors encountered were very encouraging to their students and seemed to genuinely care about student’s learning.
Graduation: I am currently recovering from medical problems but will most likely be enrolled before Fall 2011 in Ohio State’s PhD Physics program working with the Physics Education Research group.
Grad School: University of Arizona
Degree: Masters in Physics
First Job: Graduate Student/Teaching Assistant/Research Assistant at University of Arizona.
Current Job: Unemployed
Marital status: Single
New Hobbies: I am an active runner and disc golfer, and find new possibilities to learn exciting.
Email: joseph.fritchman AT gmail.com
Currently Living in: Dayton, OH Updated 11/20/10