## Here are links to my teaching web pages

AST100 Spring 2019 here
AST 405 Spring 2019 here
PHY 212 Spring 2019 here
PHY 195 SPring 2019 here
PHY 303 Fall 2018 here
AST 310 Fall 2018 here
PHY 111 Fall 2018 (Secs 820 (90764), 840 (91600))here
Materials for Dr. Caraley's PHY 111 SPring 2018 course are here
HON 300 Spring 2018here
AST 100 Spring 2018here
AST 311 Fall 2017 here
PHY 439 Fall 2017 here
PHY 111 Fall 2017 here
PHY 213 Fall 2017 here
PHY 195 Spring 2017 here
PHY 213L/212L here
AST 350 Spring 2017 here
PHY 212 Spring 2017 here
PHY 195 Fall 2016 here
PHY 496 Fall 2016 here
AST 310 Fall 2016 here
PHY 111 Fall 2016 here
Data for IUCAA 2016 AstroStatistics lectures are here
PHY 212 Spring 2016 here
PHY 195 Spring 2016 here
AST 350 Spring 2016 here
PHY 195 Fall 2015 here
Phy 111 Fall 2015 here
Phy 313 Fall 2015 here
Phy 437 Spring 2015 here
Ast 405 Spring 2015 here
Phy 212 Spring 2015 here
Phy 111 Fall 2014here
Ast 310 Spring 2014:here
Phy 213 Spring 2014:here
Delhi University Physics 2014:here
Astronomy 100, A100:here
Physics 111, PHY111:here
Physics 313, PHY313:here
Astronomy 310, A310:here
Astronomy 405, AST405:here
Astronomy 405, Spring 2013:here
Physics 467, Spring 2008:here
Physics 467, Spring 2009:here
Physics 314, PHY314:here
Astronomy 310/510, Summer 2007:here
Astronomy 311, Fall 2007:here
Capstone Research Phy 496: here
Astronomy 350, Fall 2008: here
Astronomy 350, Fall 2011:here
Astronomy 310, Fall 2009: here
Physics 322, Spring 2010:here
Physics 115, Spring 2012:here
Math Camp for Possibility Scholars, August 2010:here
A short course I gave at the Federal University of Paraiba, Brazil in June 2007 is here
The first lecture for this course are Lecture 1
The second lecture for this course is Lecture 2
The third lecture for this course is Lecture 3
The fourth lecture for this coruse is Lecture 4
The fifth lecture for this course is Lecture 5
I work extensively with undergraduates on research projects: these projects are at the forefront of astrophysics but also
provide a great environment to learn significant transferable skills in computing, numerical analysis, critical
thinking.

Undergraduates who have worked with me and have presented their work at regional/national and internation
conferences include Daniel Crain, Greg Feiden, Dylan Wallace, Jim Young, Sean Scott, Richard Stevens.