Noah Finkelstein conducts research in physics education. He serves as a director of the Physics Education Research (PER) Group at Colorado. Finkelstein is also a director of the national-scale Center for STEM Learning at CU Boulder, which has become one of eight national demonstration sites for the Association of American Universities’ STEM Education Initiative.
- Simone Hyater-Adams, Claudia Fracchiolla, Tamia Williams, Noah Finkelstein and Kathleen Hinko. 2019. Deconstructing Black physics identity: Linking individual and social constructs using the critical physics identity framework. Physical Review Physics Education Research. 15. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevPhysEducRes.15.020115. (August 9, 2019). Editors' suggestion.
- Simone Hyater-Adams, Claudia Fracchiolla, Noah Finkelstein and Kathleen Hinko. 2018. Critical look at physics identity: An operationalized framework for examining race and physics identity. Physical Review Physics Education Research. 14. 10.1103/PhysRevPhysEducRes.14.010132. (June 1, 2018).
- K. Goodman, J. Hertzberg, and N. Finkelstein. 2018. Surely You Must Be Joking, Mr. Twain! Re-engaging Science Students Through Visual Aesthetics. Leonardo Journal, MIT press, 10.1162/LEON_a_01604 (Jan. 24, 2018)
- Simone Hyater-Adams, Tamia Williams, Claudia Fracchiolla, Noah Finkelstein, and Kathleen Hinko. 2017. "Applying a Racialized Physics Identity Framework for Black Women From Different Nationalities." Physics Education Research Conference 2017. Cincinnati, OH: 2017. 184-187 of PER Conference. https://www.compadre.org/Repository/document/ServeFile.cfm?ID=14601&DocI.... (Cincinnati, Ohio, July 26 - 27, 2017).
- Jean Hertzberg, Katherine Goodman, Tim Curran, and Noah Finkelstein. 2017. “Flow Vis and Beyond: The Power of Aesthetics in Engineering Education.” Seminar presented at the Mechanical Engineering Department Seminar, University of Texas, (San Antonio, March 24, 2017).