Googie-style billboard with the text 'CASEY'S MATH-O-RAMA AND PHYSICS EMPORIUM: Making Sense of the Universe with the Man in the Cape'
"The getting of wisdom is no match for the thrill of the chase,
and those who choose the longer road shall reap their reward!"
— Graeme Base, The Eleventh Hour

Read Me First:   |   About Me   | Winter 2023 Schedule   |   General FAQ   |   Advice for Studying Physics   |

Workshops:   |   Physics 7A and math review   |   Physics 7B   |   Physics 7C   |   Math 22A   |   Math 22B   |

Beyond the Classroom:   |   Recreational Mathematics   |   Recreational Physics   |   Kerbal Space Program   |

Other Interests:   |   Folk Music   |   Board Games   |   Bowling   |   Googie Architecture   |   Sci-Fi / Fantasy   |   Comics History   |

Check it out; I was interviewed by The Aggie!

Office hours: 10:10-11:00 am each weekday
on Zoom videochat
at this link
(with password "abacus" if it asks for one)

Workshops: see schedule here

Drop-in tutoring: Monday-Thursday 12:00-5:00 in Shields;
I'll be there Mondays 11:30-1:00 and 2:00-3:30.

Looking for old workshop recordings or practice problems?
Check the individual "Workshops" links above!

Videochat Protocol

When you enter the chatroom, please click on your name, select "Rename," and
add the class you are in to the end of your name (e.g. "Agatha Heterodyne Eng 17")
to make it easier for me to see who is in which class.

I find it easier to teach when I can see people's faces. You don't have to
turn on video if you can't or don't want to, but if you're willing, please
use a picture of yourself as your profile picture; if not, perhaps a picture of a
pet or an ancestor or your favorite superhero / musician / cartoon character.

Other Useful Links

Aggie Compass for basic needs such as finances, food, housing, and mental wellness

Is the internet showing you ads without your permission? You don't have to put up with that malarkey.
Install AdBlockPlus and you'll rarely see an ad again on most websites.

Customizable Graph Paper you can download and print out

XKCD, a webcomic that often involves math/physics/engineering

The Greek Alphabet in case you need to know what all those variables are called

Eureka!, a series of short (~5 minutes each) cartoons from 1980 about basic physics
(may use different terminology and notation than your physics class, but same core ideas)

If you're looking for information on my old Napa classes, click here.

Comments? Suggestions? Questions? Answers? Talk to me.

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