Newsletter Editors

Introductory Undergraduate Physics

Fall 2010 Newsletters

  • Using the “Black Box” Approach to Enliven Introductory Physics Labs
    Joe Amato
  • Integrating Experiments and Computer Simulations to Promote Learning
    Fred Goldberg
  • Combining Hands-on and Virtual Experiments with Visualizations to Teach Contemporary Topics to Non-Science Students
    Dean Zollman

Fall 2010 Newsletter

Summer 2009 Newsletter 

Using Cases in Introductory Physics
Debora M. Katz

Fall 2009 Newsletter

Summer 2008 Newsletters

  • Engaging Faculty in the Teaching/Learning Process
    Stan Jones
  • Physics Textbook Writing, Medieval, Monastic Mimicry
    Craig Bohren
  • Computer-Based Tutorials to Develop Expertise in Introductory Physics Students
    Chandralekha Singh

Summer 2008 Newsletter

2007 Newsletters

  • Blogging in the Physics Classroom (Fall)
    Gintaras K. Duda
  • The Future of Physics in the Undergraduate Education of Biologists (Spring)
    Charles DeLeone
  • College Physics with Biomedical Applications at Cleveland State University: A Two-Year Experience (Spring)
    Ulrich Zurcher

Fall 2007 Newsletter Spring 2007 Newsletter

Spring 2005 Newsletter

Activity Based Statistical Physics for First Year Students
Mark Schneider

Spring 2005 Newsletter

Spring 2004 Newsletter

Interactive Engagement in MIT Introductory Physics
John W. Belcher

Increasing student engagement in large classes: a departmental case study
S. Pollock and K. Perkins

A Course in Matter & Interactions
Ruth Chabay and Bruce Sherwood

An Activity-Based Curriculum for Non-Science Students
David P. Jackson

Hands-on Homework for Large Introductory Physics Courses
Chandralekha Singh

An Activity-Centered General Science Course Concerning Light and Optics
Jeff Marx, Shabbir Mian, and Vasilis Pagonis

Investigative Science Learning Environment
Eugenia Etkina and Alan Van Heuvelen

Spring 2004 Newsletter

Fall 2003 Newsletter

Physics in Motion: A course for non-majors at Vassar College
Cindy Schwarz

Fall 2003 Newsletter

Fall 1999 Newsletter

  • Science Curriculum Goals at Odds with Academic Supported Pseudoscience
    Alan J. Scott
  • Developing Robust Technique for Introductory Physics Classes
    Gay B. Stewart

Fall 1999 Newsletter

1997 Newsletters

  • A New College Physics Approach (December)
    Alexander Dickison
  • Parallel Parking an Aircraft Carrier: Revising the Calculus-Based Introductory Physics Sequence at Illinois (August)
    David K. Campbell, Celia M. Elliot and Gary E. Gladding 

December 1997 Newsletter August 1997 Newsletter

November 1994 Newsletter

The Introductory University Physics Project
Donald F. Holcomb

November 1994 Newsletter