Dr. Michelle Parry
OFFICE: New Science Center 208 D
PHONE: (434) 395-2579
E-MAIL: parryml@longwood.edu


Educational Background

B.S. in Physics, University of Scranton, 1992

Ph.D. in Physics, Purdue University, 1998
Dissertation: Application of Geometric Probability Techniques to
                     Elementary Particle and Nuclear Physics



Fink, A.D., and M.L. Parry.  2007.  The Power of Water.  The Science Education for New Civic Engagements and Responsibilities (SENCER) 2007 Course Model Series.  http://serc.carleton.edu/sencer/power_water/index.html

Brazier, M., Parry, M., and Fischbach, E. 2000 Blind Students: Facing Challenges in a College Physics Course.  Journal of College Science Teaching, 30 No. 2: 114 116.

Parry, M., Brazier, M., and Fischbach, E. 1997. Teaching College Physics to a Blind Student. The Physics Teacher, 35 No. 8, 470 474.

Parry, M., and Fischbach, E. 2000. Probability distribution of distance in a uniform ellipsoid: Theory and application to physics. Journal of Mathematical Physics, 41 No. 4, 1 17.

Schleef, D., Parry, M., Tu, S., Woodahl, B., and Fischbach, E. 1999. Application of geometric probability techniques to the evaluation of interaction energies arising from a general radial potential. Journal of Mathematical Physics, 40 No. 2, 1103 1112.

Woodahl, B., Parry, M.; Tu, S., and Fischbach, E. 1998. Neutrino Trapping and Neutrino Mass Bounds. Beyond the Desert (Institute of Physics Publishing), 1998, 108

"Neutrino Trapping and Neutrino Mass Bounds, in Beyond the Desert .