PHYS 214 :: Physics Illinois :: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Contact Information

Please use the email addresses listed below if you have any questions about any of the course components listed below.

Topic Email address Description
i>clickers Questions about grades, functionality, etc. Note: Please do not write about credit if you forgot your i>clicker, etc. It's not worth that much, and also, you have 3 'freebies'.
Discussions * Questions concerning posting of solutions, solutions to a particular problem, etc.
Labs * Questions concerning Labs/Prelabs (however, this is not meant to be a 'help-line', e.g., 'how do I solve Problem 2?')
Exams Questions regarding scheduling, conflicts, missed Exams, etc.
Scheduling Questions about switching sections, etc. However, first please see the FAQ, to see if the issue is already addressed.
James Scholar Questions concerning the James Scholar Honors Program, turning in assignments, etc.
Miscellaneous Anything that doesn't fall under one of the above categories.

* If you have an issue specifically for your lab or discussion TA (e.g., you are going to miss section, etc.), you should email them directly.

Course Role Name Office Phone
Course Director Bryce Gadway 333 Loomis 217-244-9284
Discussion Coordinator Lucas K. Wagner 2131 ESB  
Lab Coordinator Alexey Bezryadin 127 Loomis 217-333-9580
Administrative Assistance Physics Undergrad Office
231/233 Loomis 217-333-4361


Please note the following email rules:

  1. Use your official University of Illinois email account.
  2. Put "PHYS214" in the subject line and include some words about the subject of your email. For example: "PHYS214: problem with gradebook."
  3. Include your full name in your email message.
  4. Please check the syllabus to see when assignments are due, and the home page for any announcements.

Course Communication

Official University e-mail addresses are exclusively used for official electronic communication. When the instructors for this course need to communicate with the students, they will use their official University issued e-mail accounts.

Students are expected to check their University issued e-mail account regularly and act on any communications received. Students are expected to communicate to their instructors using their official University e-mail address. Any e-mail messages sent from non-University e-mail accounts may not be acted upon by instructors, to preserve student privacy.