Assistant Professor of Physics and Astronomy
Michael Skoby earned an MS, PhD, and postdoctoral research fellowship from Purdue University in West Lafayette, where he studied the quark-gluon plasma in relativistic heavy ion collisions. He went on to study experimental nucleon structure as a postdoctoral research associate at Indiana University and the University of Michigan. Before joining the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Ball State University, Michael was a physics instructor at Purdue University in Columbus, IN. His current area of research is experimental high-energy nuclear physics.