We are delighted to share that our colleague Associate Professor Danny Caballero, along with his research team, is being recognized by the APS with an Excellence in Physics Education award.
Caballero and his team have made great strides in advancing computational skills and incorporating these skills into the physics curricula. PICUP (Partnership for Integrating Computation into Undergraduate Physics) was founded 15 years ago with the focus of offering a portal through which high quality instructional materials can be made available to educators; it is through PICUP that Caballero's team has helped create a much-needed collaboration space for physics and computational science instructors alike.
Congratulations to the entire team!
Read the entire story in the MSU News.