Mark Pecaut

Mark Peacut
Assistant Professor of Physics
College of Health and Human Services
Science Center 120D

Degrees 

Ph.D. Physics and Astronomy, University of Rochester
M.A. Physics, University of Rochester
B.S. Physics and Mathematics, Truman State University

Biography 

Mark Pecaut, Ph.D., is a physicist whose research interests are in astronomy, particularly the study of young stars. His research focuses on stellar ages and properties of young stars in order to better understand star and planet formation. He has taught a range of courses from introductory level, intermediate-level engineering courses, physics of medicine courses and upper-level physics courses.