Nate Johnson didn’t take a typical path to becoming a physics major at Augsburg College.
He didn’t take Advanced Placement high school classes in science. He didn’t arrive on campus with tons of calculus experience. Nor did he arrive on campus and immediately begin taking physics courses.
“I took a grand total of one science class in high school,” Johnson said.
But because of an interest in how things work, Johnson was drawn to the problem-solving part of physics. The move has turned out well. Continue reading “The physics of growth”