Steven Manly received an undergraduate degree from Pfeiffer
College and a Ph.D. in high energy physics from Columbia
University. He moved up the faculty ranks at Yale University before
moving to the University of Rochester, where he now resides and
terrorizes students in the introductory physics course sequences.
Professor Manly works on experiments at high energy accelerators
around the world where his research probes the structure of matter
and the forces of nature. Recently, he was named the recipient of
the 2007 Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching Award by the American
Association of Physics Teachers.
Steven Fournier was born and raised in Massachusetts. Amidst the 10 years he spent carousing throughout Boston, he earned a BFA degree in Illustration and Animation from Massachusetts College of Art and Design, played music with friends, and became handy with a Chef's knife. His current projects include (but not exclusively) apprenticing to be a tattoo artist, making photocopy comic book zines, training his hand to draw in his sleep, and playing country cover songs on his guitar.