Passionate professor’s physics demonstrations go viral

Passionate professor's physics demonstrations go viral

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Tatiana Erukhimova, a professor in Texas A and M’s Physics and Astronomy department and Physics Outreach program, shared how creating a “wow factor” during class helps her connect with her students.

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