Suffolk University Oral History Project (SOH-021)
Walter Johnson, a professor in Suffolk University’s Department of Physics, discusses his career at Suffolk, which began in 1971 as a part time faculty member and continues today as he serves as professor and chair of the department. The interview covers how Johnson became interested in physics, his educational background, what sparked his interest in teaching, his teaching methodology, and his work as a physicist. Johnson also describes the changes he has observed in Boston and at Suffolk, as well as his outlook for the university. He concludes by offering his advice for students who are currently entering Suffolk as freshman.
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Johnson, Walter H. and Tran, Vendy, "Oral history interview with Walter H. Johnson (SOH-021)" (2008). Suffolk University Oral History Project. 17.