Matthew Gliboff, Associate Teaching Professor

Matt Gliboff

Matthew Gliboff
Associate Teaching Professor

Dr. Gliboff has been teaching at UWB and local community colleges since 2013. His teaching has included courses for physics majors, science majors and non-technical majors. His primary teaching goals are to help students build teamwork and technical communication and problem-solving skills, and to encourage students to become life-long learners. Other interests include sustainability, feats of mechanical engineering and running long distances.

Teaching Interests

  • BPHYS 121, 122 & 123 labs and lectures--Mechanics, Electromagnetism and Oscillatory Motion, and Waves
  • BPHYS 221--Classical Mechanics
  • BPHYS 321, 322 & 323--Electricity and Magnetism I, II & III
  • BPHYS 484--Physics, Society and Industry


University of Washington
Seattle, Washington
  • Ph.D. Physics, 2013
Cooper Union
New York City, New York
  • B.S. Engineering, 2009