Dr. Adam Davis is a professor of physics at Wayne State College. He is also the pre-engineering advisor and physics lab director. Before coming to Wayne State College, Davis taught as an instructor at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and worked on the Nebraska Astronomy Applet Project and ClassAction programs. He continues to be involved in astronomy education at UNL. He is a member of the Nebraska Academy of Sciences and chair of the physics section during the spring conferences.
Currently he is the Academic Policies department representative.
Davis values open-mindedness and political diversity. He is a member of Heterodox Academy and shares much of the academy's goals.
Ph.D. Physics (emphasis in cosmology), Case Western Reserve University, 2005
B.S. Physics, Brigham Young University, 2000