Dr. Jeannette M. Myers
Professor of Astronomy
Coordinator of Astronomy Program
Director of Dooley Planetarium
Office: LSF 103F
- Ph.D. in Astrophysics, Clemson University, Clemson, South Carolina, 2003.
- M.S. in Physics, Clemson University, Clemson, South Carolina, 1999.
- B.S. in Astronomy and Physics, Mankato State University, Mankato, Minnesota, 1996.
Galaxy Halo Formation
I have been an astronomy professor at FMU since 2003 and am actively involved in teaching all of the astronomy courses in the Department of Physics and Astronomy. I have taught the Physics 216 (General Physics II) course during the summer sessions as well as classes for Middle School Science teachers. I have developed courses and laboratories for the Astronomy program at Francis Marion University.
SuperComputing SC11, Seattle, WA 2011
SuperComputing SC10, New Orleans, LA 2010
American Physical Society, SE Section, Atlanta, GA 2009
American Physical Society, SE Section, Nashville, TN 2007
American Physical Society, SE Section, Williamsburg, VA 2006
American Physical Society, SE Section, Gainesville, FL 2005
American Astronomical Society, Minneapolis, MN 2005
South Carolina Academy of Sciences, Rock Hill 2005
American Physical Society, SE Section, Oak Ridge, Tennessee 2004
American Astronomical Society, Atlanta, GA 2004
Professional Memberships and Honors
Member, American Astronomical Society
Member, Phi Kappa Phi
Member, American Physical Society
Member, Sigma Pi Sigma National Physics Honor Society
Southeastern Section of the American Physical Society
Member, South Carolina Academy of Science