HENRY L. CHEN (Professor emeritus, Towson University)
Jan 01, 2011:
My association of more than twenty-two marvelous years as Music Director at St. James' Episcopal Church
was ended December 31, 2010.
My Music-Mainpage includes a record of the fine music that the St. James' Choir, the Chamber Players, and I were privileged to offer in God's praise
during our marvelous time together.
Soli Deo Gloria!
"THE Ten Commandment s?!!"
"He has told you, O mortal, what is good; and what does the Lord require of you but to do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God."
Micah 6:8 (New Revised Standard Version)
Just because you do not take an interest in politics does not mean politics will not take an interest in you.
Attributed to Pericles (430 BCE)
We have loved the stars too deeply
To be afraid of the night.
(Susan Campbell 1863-1910)
(Very old photo)
As of July 1, 2009, I am officially retired from Towson.
I have been blessed to have the honor of being
a full-time faculty member here for 44 years.
I will continue to maintain close ties
to the Towson community, one that I love and
that has been a second home to me.
My e-mail and website addresses remain the same,
thanks to University policies!
Final Seminar, May 01:
"What I have learned from my colleagues and students
in 44 years of teaching"
My TU Retirement Dinner
May 05, 2009
My "Thanks to all!"
8000 York Road
TOWSON UNIVERSITY To top
PHYSICS courses for my last semester, SPring 2009
"Fluid kinematics and dynamics, waves, thermodynamics, physical optics, introduction to modern physics. Prerequisite: PHYS 242." [HLC: Unfortunately, since not all sections of PHYS241/251 and PHYS242/252 have treated certain topics, this course must include oscillations and geometrical optics as well!]
PHYS 307 - Introductory Mathematical Physics [for majors]
(3 credits) To top
"Mathematical expressions for selected topics, such as forces and potentials, vector analysis, applications of Fourier series and complex variables, and solutions of the harmonic oscillator and wave equations. Prerequisites: PHYS 212 or PHYS 242; MATH 274. " COURSE-
.....Picture of the day .
.....E-mails from T. Carlson..
Netscape Composer for the many years of faithful use.
Mark Edmonston for friendship and many decades of help with computers.
Brian Cooney of Towson CIAT for helping me with conversion to FrontPage in August, 2005
See my Personal Page.