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Mark Spraker

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Nuclear physics

Dr. Mark Spraker is a professor of physics who teaches all levels of physics at UNG and is associated faculty at Duke University, where he has conducted research since 1995. His research in nuclear physics has been supported by a U.S. Department of Energy grant since 1997. Along with two faculty from UNG’s College of Education, Spraker helped found the North Georgia Undergraduate Education Program with funding from the National Science Foundation to bolster the number and ability of STEM-prepared secondary education teachers in north Georgia. He also collaborated with faculty from the college of Education to provide STEM content and pedagogical training to 70 elementary teachers from counties in the UNG service area over the last four years.

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Engineering, Higher Education, Physics

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| 706-864-1509 | Dahlonega

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