List of Contents of Volume 25, Nrs. 1-3, 2003

The Journal of Materials Education

Materials Science Education at Keio University: Adopting U.S. Instruction Practices in Japan, page 1

Kohei M. Itoh
Keio University, Yokohama, Japan

The New Materials Science and Engineering Curriculum at the Ohio State University Course for Science Students, page 7

P.K. Grupta, P.M. Anderson, R.G. Buchheit, S.A. Dregia, J.J Lannutti, M.J. Mills, and R.L. Snyder
The Ohio State University
Georgia Institute of Technology

The Cymbal as an Instructional Device for Materials Education, page 13

Mary Anne White and Peter MacMillan
Dalhousie University

The NSF NSDL "GREEN" Library: Green's Functions Research and Educational Enhancement Network, page 19

L.M. Bartolo, A.C. Powell, G.M. Shreve and V.K. Tewary
Kent State Universit, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; National Institute of Standards and Technology

Using Interactive Multimedia Tools to Teach Materials Characterization Techniques in the Undergraduate Curriculum, page 25

K. Prubner, K. Pingel, J. Becker, H.-P. Dressel, A. Undynko, C. Reiner, M. Schlosse and H.-J. Christ
University of Siegen, Germany

Managing Student Group Projects in an Introductory Materials Science Course, page 31

Jacqueline A. Isaacs
Northeastern University

Using Interdisciplinary Examples in Nanotechnology to Teach Concepts of Materials Science and Engineering, page 37

W.C. Crone, A.C. Payne, G.M. Zenner, A.B. Ellis, G.C. Lisensky, S.M. Condren and K.W. Lux
University of Wisconsin - Madison; Beloit College, Beloit, WI;
Christian Brothers Univeersity, Memphis, TN

Incorporating Materials Science into an Undergraduate Applied Physics Curriculum, page 47

Claudio Guerra-Vela and Fredy R. Zypman
University of Puerto Rico at Humacao; Yeshiva University

An Instructional Two-Dimensional Diffraction Laboratory Using Patterns Created with Electron-Beam Lithography, page 53

Colin Inglefield and Royce Anthon
Weber State University, University of Utah

Web-Based Data Analysis and Feedback for General Chemistry Laboratory: Improving Analysis with Timely Distance Feedback, page 59

Joseph F. Lomax, Debra K. Dillner and Melonie A. Teichert
United States Naval Academy

The Junior Laboratory: A Place to Introduce Basics as Well as New Findings, page 65

Luz J. Martinez-Miranda, O.C. Wilson, Jr. and L.G. Salamanca-Riba
University of Maryland

An Upper Division General Education Course on Materials for non-Engineering Students, page 71

D.F. Bahr and M.G. Norton
Washington State University Pullman

PUI/MRSEC Collaboration to Create Opportunities for Women in Materials Research, page 79

Velda Goldberg, Michael Kaplan, Leonard Soltzberg, George Malliaras, Helene Schember, and Nevjinder Singhota
Simmons College; Cornell University

Non-Destructive Techniques for the Characterization of Structural Materials: Materials Science and Engineering Curriculum for the Education of an Innovative Model, page 85

Antonia Moropoulou, Eleni AggelackopoulouNicolas P. Avdelidis and Maria Koui
National Technical University of Athens, Greece

The Introductory Materials Sciecne and Engineering Course, page 91

William D. Callister, Jr.
University of Utah

A Multi-Functional Introductory Materials Science Course: Emphasizing Engineering and Achieving Accreditation Objectives, page 101

Katherine C. Chen, Linda S. Vanasupa, and Timothy T. Orling
California Polytechnic State University

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