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Clausell Mathis, Ph.D.

Clausell  Mathis
  • Assistant Professor
  • Physics
  • Department of Teacher Education
  • Holmes Hall
  • 919 E. Shaw Lane
  • East Lansing, MI 48825


  • LB 273 Physics I
  • LB 274 Physics II
  • LB 492


Dr. Clausell Mathis is an assistant professor at Michigan State University where he has a joint appointment with Lyman Briggs College and the Department of Teacher Education. At Lyman Briggs College he teaches physics and the senior capstone course. His research interests include examining how physics instructors can optimally incorporate culture- based equitable approaches in the classroom where teachers leverage students cultural resources and build connections to physics phenomena. He earned his Ph.D at Florida State University, and did his postdoc at the University of Washington, Seattle, working with the Physics Education Group. Before earning his Ph.D., Dr. Mathis was a high school physics teacher, community college physics professor, and did research in the area of cellular and molecular biophysics.


Postdoctoral Research Associate, Physics Education Group, University of Washington, Seattle

Ph.D., Florida State University