Volume 22, Nrs. 1-3, 2000


Why Does a Light Bulb Burn Out?, page 5
Michael J. McKelvy, P. Mitian, Kirsten Hintze, Eric Patrick, K. Allagadda, B. L. Ramakrishna, Carrie Denny, Brandt Pryor, A. V. G. Chizmeshya, and V. Pizziconi 
Arizona State University

Semiconducting Polymers for Multidisciplinary Education, page 12
D. Braun, K. B. Kingsbury and L. S. Vanasupa 
California Polytechnic State University

Everything You’ve Always Wanted to Know about What Your Students Think They Know but Were Afraid to Ask, page 18
E. Werwa 
Otterbein College

Laboratory Activities used in a Sophomore Materials Science Course at Texas A& M University, page 24
R. B. Griffin, A. L. Epps, and K. T. Hartwig 
Texas A&M University

Education Atomic Force Microscope, page 31
Claudio Guerra-Vela, Fredy R. Zypman 
University of Puerto Rico, Yeshiva University

The Internet Microscope, page 36
T. J. Marrow and B. Derby 
UMIST and University of Manchester

Feedback Loops Within the Pre-Requisite Tree, page 42
T. R. Bieler, M. Huebner, R. W. Soutas-Little, and M. J. Crimp 
Michigan State University

Teaching Engineers Materials Selection Via the Internet: The Issue of Diverse Student Backgrounds, page 54
Y. Q. Sun and James Economy 
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

A New Role for Engineering Educators: Managing for Team Success, page 60
Debra S. Larson 
Northern Arizona University

Materials Science in General Chemistry for Freshman Engineering Majors, page 71
David E. Nikles 
The University of Alabama

Building Knowledge in Materials Science, page 77
Caroline Baillie, Jonas Emanuelsson and Ference Marton 
Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, Gothenburg University

Enhancing the Success of Undergraduates in Engineering: A Teaching Workshop for Faculty and Teaching Assistants, page 84
J. A. Isaacs 
Northeastern University


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