Robert Hermann has been teaching physics at Concordia since August 1999. Prior to coming to Concordia, he taught at Maryville University in St. Louis, Mo., at Willamette University in Salem, Ore., and at Portland Lutheran School in Portland, Ore. Hermann’s research interests include infrared astronomy, particularly in the area of stellar evolution, and image restoration and processing.
Dr. Robert Hermann's Academic Programs
Whether you want to explore the mysteries of antimatter, aid in the development of laser technologies or discover new energy sources, Concordia University, Nebraska’s physics program prepares you to pursue careers and graduate degrees in a variety of disciplines, from astronomy to engineering to computer science. You will gain a scientific foundation through a variety of interactive labs, lectures and classwork to make you a professional in the field of physics.
A degree in physical science from Concordia University, Nebraska will give you an interdisciplinary background in the physical sciences including physics, chemistry and math. Many students choose a physical science major as a broad-based education because they want to teach high school science, chemistry or physics, and a bachelor’s degree in physical science can help equip you with the comprehensive physical science skills you need to educate your future students.