Faculty Profile

Windsor (Tony) Morgan

Associate Professor of Physics and Astronomy (1994)

Contact Information

morgan@dickinson.edu

Tome Scientific Building Room 220
717.245.1386

Bio

His major area of research is the spectral evolution of X-ray-emitting active galactic nuclei. He also studies new statistical methods of studying astronomical surveys, the formation of hydrocarbons in the early solar system, and the nature of x-ray binary star systems. He is also interested in astronomy education research.

Education

  • A.B., Harvard College, 1986
  • Ph.D., The Pennsylvania State University, 1995

2014-2015 Academic Year

Fall 2014

PHYS 110 Astronomy w/Lab
Introduction to the modern concepts of the physical nature of the astronomical universe. Cosmology and the structure and evolution of the stars and galaxies. A terminal laboratory course for non-science students. Three hours classroom, one two-hour laboratory a week. This course will not count toward major requirements in physics.

PHYS 110 Astronomy w/Lab
Introduction to the modern concepts of the physical nature of the astronomical universe. Cosmology and the structure and evolution of the stars and galaxies. A terminal laboratory course for non-science students. Three hours classroom, one two-hour laboratory a week. This course will not count toward major requirements in physics.