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Spring 2016 Newsletter

Beth Lindsey, Editor

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In This Issue

  • From the Chair, Randy Knight
  • From the Editor, Beth Lindsey
  • The Forum on Education Election Results, John Stewart
  • FEd Invited Sessions at the APS March and April 2016 Meetings, Tim Stelzer
  • New APS Fellows Nominated from the Forum on Education
  • 2016 Excellence in Physics Education Award Recipient
  • Award for Improving Undergraduate Physics Education Awardees
  • 2016 Jonathan F. Reichert and Barbara Wolff-Reichert Award for Excellence in Advanced Laboratory Instruction
  • Director's Corner, Theodore Hodapp
  • New Editor for the American Journal of Physics Sought, David Jackson
  • The Unique Perspective of a Minority Student in a Physics Class Versus Chief Justice Roberts, Chandralekha Singh
  • The 2015 Conference on Laboratory Instruction Beyond the First Year of College, Elizabeth George
  • An Overview of the AAPT Recommendations for the Undergraduate Physics Laboratory Curriculum, Joseph F. Kozminski
  • AAPT Recommendations for the Undergraduate Physics Laboratory Curriculum: Implications for Assessment, Benjamin Zwickl
  • Exposing and Assessing the Hidden Agenda of Laboratory Instruction, Natasha Holmes and MacKenzie Stetzer
  • Browsing the Journals, Carl Mungan
  • Web Watch, Carl Mungan
  • Executive Committee

Teacher Preparation Section, Alma Robinson, Editor

  • Teacher Preparation Section, Alma Robinson
  • Mentoring Future Physics Teachers at the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse, Jennifer L. Docktor
  • Transitioning to Teaching through Mentorship, Elizabeth Rosendale
  • Brigham Young University’s Physics Teaching: Mentoring Physics Teachers, Duane Merrell

Disclaimer: The articles and opinion pieces found in this issue of the APS Forum on Education Newsletter are not peer refereed and represent solely the views of the authors and not necessarily the views of the APS.