Volume 5, Issue 3, pages 110-114
After double-majoring in physics and philosophy at Harvey Mudd College (Claremont, CA), in 2002 I earned a PhD in theoretical nuclear astrophysics from the University of Washington in Seattle. Since then I have worked primarily as a physics teacher and curriculum developer at a number of colleges and universities. I have also published extensively on such perennial foundational issues as Bell’s theorem, the EPR argument, and alternatives to orthodox QM such as the de Broglie – Bohm pilot-wave theory. In addition to teaching and writing I enjoy gardening, cooking, and playing soccer and ultimate frisbee.