Michael Malvern Hull, PhD
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Sommersemester 2019
267239 SE Seminar zur Vertiefung in der Fachdidaktik - Radioaktivität (IiR)
Wintersemester 2018
267126 SE Fachdidaktisches Vertiefungsseminar - Instructor's Guide to Open Source Tutorials
Hull, MM & Nakamura, T 2019, 'Understanding Half-Life as Emergent' Beitrag in Jahrestagung der GDCP, Kiel, Deutschland, 17/09/18 - 20/09/18, .

Hull, MM, Yasuda, J, Taniguchi, M & Mae, N 2017, 'Towards quantification of the FCI’s validity: the effect of false positives.' Beitrag in, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA / Vereinigte Staaten, 26/07/17 - 27/07/17, .

Hull, MM & Elby, A 2013, A Conceptual Physics Class Where Students Found Meaning in Calculations. in PV Engelhardt, AD Churukian & NS Rebello (Hrsg.), 2012 PHYSICS EDUCATION RESEARCH CONFERENCE. AIP Conference Proceedings, Bd. 1513, A V S AMER INST PHYSICS, S. 190-193, Philadelphia, Panama, 1/08/12. https://doi.org/10.1063/1.4789684

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Michael Malvern Hull

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E-Mail: michael.malvern.hull@univie.ac.at

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2013Ph.D. University of Maryland, College Park (UMD). Physics.
2007B.S. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC). Nuclear, Plasma and Radiological Engineering (NPRE). Chancellor’s Scholar. James Scholar.
Former Employment
2014 - 2017Wayne State College, Nebraska, USA. Assistant Professor in Physical Sciences.
2012-2014Georgetown University, Washington DC, USA. Research Associate in Physics Education Research.
2008-2013University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland, USA. Research Assistant and Teaching Assistant in Physics.
2007-2008AEON Amity in Okazaki, Japan. English Conversation Teacher.
2006-2007Army Corps of Engineers ERDC-CERL Lab, Illinois, USA. Undergraduate Research Assistant.

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