Our two physics fulltime faculty members, Dr. Will Hodge and Dr. Neal Miller, are excited to be teaching in the two new physics laboratories! The new labs provide a better opportunity for students to get hands on experience while developing and conducting experiments. Dr. Miller is especially excited for the new computers and equipment in the laboratory, “The computers and interfaces will improve the accuracy of results and allow for easy collection and display of data.” Overall, the laboratory experience will be more conducive for students to develop laboratory skills and expand their knowledge of and understanding of physics. Both Dr. Hodge and Dr. Miller are enjoying teaching in the new labs and facilitating students' learning.