JOURNAL OF MATERIALS EDUCATION
Volume 31, Numbers 1 - 2

 

Open  Efforts for Computational Materials Research and Education:  A NSDL MatDL and TMS Pilot with the Materials Community
Laura M. Bartolo1, Todd M. Osman2, and Warren H. Hunt, Jr.3
1
Kent State University;  2Materials Research Society; 3The Minerals, Metals and Materials Society

1

Using Electronic Repositories as a Student Resource for MSE Applications
Aaron S. Blicblau
Swinburne University of Technology, Hawthorn, Australia

9

Photovoltaics Education in Australia
Richard Corkish
University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia

17

A New Curriculum in Sustainable Energetics in Estonia
Dieter Meissner1, Enn Mellikov2, Andres ®pik1, Ilmar Koppel2, and Enn Lust2
1
Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia;  2University of Tartu, Estonia

23

Nanotechnology as a Vehicle for Introducing Current Research Literature into the Undergraduate Curriculum
C.E. Inglefield
Weber State University, Utah

33

Creating a Project-Based Curriculum in Materials Engineering
Katherine C. Chen1, Linda Vanasupa1, Blair London1, Trevor Harding1, Richard Savage1, Willliam Hughes1and Jonathan Stolk2
1
California Polytechnic State University; 2Franklin W. Olin College, Needham, Massachusetts

37

Training Programs of Advanced Sciences for High School Physics Teachers
Sang-Wook Han, Jong-Sul Jeon and Byoung Joon Ahn
Chonbuk National University, Korea

45

All, Most or Some:  Implementation of Tiered Objectives for ABET Assessment in an Engineering Program
Keith J. Bowman and Elliott B. Slamovich
Purdue University

51

How to 'Survive' after Graduating in Materials Science I:  Developing a Graduate Course on 'Survival Skills for Scientists'
Federico Rosei, Alain Pignolet and Tudor Johnston
Université du Québec

65

DoITPoMS:  Online Teaching and Learning Resources for Materials Science
N.A. Rutter1, Z.H. Barber1, T.W. Clyne1, A. Mannis2, and P.J. Goodhew2
1
University of Cambridge, U.K.; 2University of Liverpool, U.K.

81

Undergraduate Research Opportunities Programs (UROP) Involving Student Exchanges between the Materials Department - Imperial College (UK) and Universities in North America and Australia
David McPhail and David Dye
Imperial College, London

89

The Aesthetic Side of Materials Science:  A Learning Experience
Victor M. Castaño and Sergio M. Alcocer
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

95

Status and Evolution of Accreditation for Materials Programs in the U.S.
G.S. Cargill III1 and C.J. Van Tyne2
1
Lehigh University; 2Colorado School of Mines

99

Learning Styles and Constructing Understanding.  Why learning theory matters to Materials Engineering educators
B. Allen and A. Crosky
University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia

117

On the Implementation of Virtual Machines in Computer Aided Education
Leszek A. Dobrzański and Rafal Honysz
Silesian University of Technology, Poland

131

 

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