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New Models for Education Programs at APS Meetings by
Kenneth S. Krane
to the Editor by Art Hobson
Offer from the AAPT
the Alternative of Professional Master's Programs by
Hans M. Bozler
First: Precursor to Science/Math Literacy for All? by
Richard R. Hake
Best Fit Modeling of Physics Phenomena by Stewart E
Programs for Innovations in Undergraduate Physics (SPIN-UP) by
Ruth H. Howes
Programs for Innovations in Undergraduate Physics at Two Year
Colleges (SPIN-UP/TYC) by Mary Beth Monroe
Transition from Industry to the Academy by R. Steven
Through the Journals by Thomas D. Rossing
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