List of Contents of Volume 21, Nrs. 1-2, 1999


The Journal of Materials Education



Materials Mentor Quick notes - A reference Guide for the Introductory Materials Engineering Course, page 1

James B. Adams and Stephen Krause
Arizona State University


Materials Science as a Vehicle for Teaching Mainstream Chemistry, page 5

Donald R. Sadoway
Massachusetts Institute of Technology


An Introductory Materials Science Class for Science and Engineering Students, page 11

Mary Anne White
Dalhousie University


The Growing Necessity for Continuing Education: The Short Course Options, page 17

A.D. Romig, Jr. and P.J. McWhorter
Sandia National Laboratories


Interactive Nano-Visualization for Science and Engineering Education, page 27

Eddie W. Ong, Vincent B. Pizziconi and B.L. Ramakrisha
Arizona State University


The Use of World Wide Web Distributed Packages in an Undergraduate Materials Characterization Laboratory Course, page 41

Wm. Christopher Hughes
Virgina Polytechnic Institute and State University


Integrating Simulation Research into Curriculum Modules on Mechanical Behavior of Material: From the Atomistic to the Continuum, page 47

Ronald D. Kriz, Diana Farkas, and Romesh C. Batra
Virgina Polytechnic Institute and State University


Computer Animation of Crystal Growth with Application in Nonlinear Optics, page 57

Peter K. Wong, Tak D. Cheung, and Harry D. Gafney
City University of New York, Bayside
City University of New York, Flushing


Computer Aided Interactive Instruction, page 63

B.N. Kodess, K.P. Krentzis, D.V. Krotoc, F.A. Sidorenko
VNIMS Gosstandart of Russia
ICS&E at Denver
Ural Techical University


The Structure of a Materials Science Course for a BSc/BE Curriculum, page 69

T.R. Finalyson
Monash University


Materials Science Education in Estonia, page 77

Titt Kaps, Enn Mellikov, Margus Lopp, ANdres Opik and Priit Kulu
Talinn Techical University


Materials Science and Engineering Curriculum Development Workshop, page 83

Debra Dauphin-Jones, Paul H. Holloway, and Ellio P. Douglas
University of Florida


Increasing Diversity in the Material Sciences, page 89

Gay Kendall and MArk Johnson
US Army Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center


Materials Engineering as the Prototype for Manufacturing Engineering - A Useful Analogy?, page 95

Fred Beaufait, David Wels, James Clum, and Leo Hanifin
Focus: Hope, Detroit,
University of Detroit


Web Delivery for MATTER, page 105

A.M. Green and P.J. Goodhew
The University of Liverpool


Three-Dimensional Models and Games Tools for Teaching Integrated Circuit Fabrication, page 111

Russel F. Pinizzotto
Zzotto Enterprises


Development of Cost-Effective Virtual Realisty Tools for Materials Engineering Education, page 119

Anita Tragler, Lakshmi Srinivasan, Melvin McClauren and Donald W. Brenner
North Carolina State University


Electrostatic Levitation and its Use as a Classroom Tool, page 125

Charles C. Hays and Williams L. Johnson
California Institute of Technology


Introducing Material Science Concepts in Elementary Physics/Chemistry Curses with Scanning Tunneling Microscopes, page 131

Philip H. Lippel, Kevin E. Johnson, and Jack Lochhead
L3 Consulting, Inc., Pacific University, DeLiberate Thinking, Conway


The Materials - Mechanics Linkage in the Engineering Curriculum, page 145

D.K. Roylance, C.H.M. Jenkins and G.E Dieter
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, South Dakota School of MInes and Technology, University of Maryland


Dislocation Models as Teaching Aids, page 149

.B. Garcia, C.K. Endo, M. Chang, G.E. Beltz
University of California






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