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Physics 227
Analytical Physics IIA: Electricity & Magnetism
Spring 2020

Lecturer: Prof. Jolie A. Cizewski

 

 


Course News:

Welcome to Analytical Physics IIA: Electricity and Magnetism

Lectures are every Monday and Wednesday 5:15 to 6:10 PM in the Physics Lecture Hall.

First lecture, Wednesday, January 22, 2020

You are expected to attend every lecture, with required I clicker activities, and every recitation where required collaborative problems and quizzes will be hosted.

ICLICKER REGISTRATION

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Students with Disabilities

Rutgers University welcomes students with disabilities into all of the University's educational programs. In order to receive consideration for reasonable accommodations, a student with a disability must contact the Office of Disability Services, participate in an intake interview, and provide documentation:  https://ods.rutgers.edu/students/documentation-guidelines.

If the documentation supports your request for reasonable accommodations, the Office of Disability Services will provide you with a Letter of Accommodations. Share this letter with Professor Cizewski cizewski@physics.rutgers.edu to discuss accommodations as early in your course as possible.

To begin this process, please complete the Registration form on the ODS web site at: https://ods.rutgers.edu/students/registering-for-services.

If you are having registration problems and need a special permission number, please submit requests through a form on the website https://apps.physics.rutgers.edu/specialpermission/indexspring.php


For other questions, contact the course lecturer Prof. Cizewski (cizewski@physics.rutgers.edu).

 

 

In this course you will learn the concepts of Electricity and Magnetism that are the basis of the technology around you. This is a tough, and I hope a rewarding, course. Recommendation: stay on top of what is happening every week of the semester since the material you are expected to master at the beginning is the foundation for the rest of the semester.

Jolie A. Cizewski.

 

Last modified October 22, 2019