David Garofalo

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With diplomas from both a scientific lyceum in Florence Italy and a high school in Miami Beach and college enrollment in places as disparate as the University of California and the University of Bologna, David's academic record is a reflection of multiple interests. Following several years playing soccer in Italy's lower divisions - where as an undergraduate he attended the oldest university in Europe - and in the USA in the USISL, he obtained his PhD in physics from the University of Maryland where he developed interest, and currently conducts research, in black hole astrophysics. After postdoctoral work as a NASA fellow and as a Caltech Postdoctoral Scholar at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena California, and several years of teaching at various California schools including the California State University, he moved to Columbia University in New York where he was a lecturer in the Physics Department and an adjunct at Fordham University in the Bronx.  He is now faculty at Kennesaw State University. Click David Garofalo's Corner for his blog.
 
Education

June 2008 PhD Physics                             University of Maryland, College Park 

August 1999 BS Physics & Astronomy      Univ. Maryland, Univ. Bologna, Univ. California 
 
Work History
 
2020 -  Present      Kennesaw State University                            Associate Professor of Physics
2014 – 2020           Kennesaw State University                            Assistant Professor of Physics
2013 – 2014           Southern Polytechnic State University            Lecturer of Physics
2012 -  2013           Fordham University                                        Adjunct
2012 -  2013           Columbia University                                       Lecturer in Discipline of Physics
2010 -  2011           NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory                    Caltech Postdoctoral Scholar
2009 – 2012           California State University                              Adjunct
2009 -  2011           Harvey Mudd College                                     Adjunct
2008 -  2010           NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory                    NPP Fellow
 


 
 
 
 

 

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