RICHARD MCCALL,  Ph.D.Professor, Physics
Ph.D. in physics, The Ohio State University
B.S. in physics, University of Louisiana at Monroe
Area of Speciality
Condensed matter physics
Optical properties of organic conductors and polymers
Favorite courses,activities,and scholarly interest
Applications of physics to the human body
Member of American Association of Physics Teachers, Missouri Association of Physics Teachers, and American Physical Society
The Pre-Pharmacy Major: A Survey of Physics Requirements, R.P. McCall, American Journal of Physics 69, 991-995 (2001).
Variations on the Frictionless Inclined Plane Problem, R.P. McCall, The Physics Teacher 42, 212-214 (2004).
Earplugs and the NRR, R.P. McCall, The Physics Teacher 44, 580-581 (2006).
Relevance of Physics to the Pharmacy Major, R.P. McCall, American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education 71(4), Article 70 (2007).
Dr. McCall enjoys running, working around the house, and music.