Harry Shipman's Home Page
I'm a professor of physics and astronomy at the University of Delaware.
Here you will find links to course syllabi, research papers that I've written
in science education, research papers in astronomy, other information about
me, and to other web sites that my students and others visiting this page
might find helpful. Some of these links may not be active, yet...
I'm also a fellow of the University's Math-Science
Education Resource Center, a unit devoted to supporting Delaware's
K-12 faculty in their efforts in education reform; a Faculty Leader in
our Institute for Transforming Undergraduate
Education, and Principal Investigator of the DISCUS initiative, which
brings together leading faculty from Delaware's three publicly supported
higher education institutions. (DISCUS stands for Delaware's Innovative
Science/mathematics Collaboration for Undergraduate Success).
Other Web Sites that visitors might find useful:
Skeptical Inquirer - Hard, trustworthy information about many pseudoscientific
topics like astrology, spoon-bending, UFO's, Roswell, etc.
Web Sites - a librarian's list of good things you might want to look
for to identify good web sites.
Office location: 124 Sharp Lab, University
of Delaware, Newark, DE 19716-2570.
Phone: 302 831 2986, Fax 302 831 1637.
If you have comments, questions, or suggestions, please
send me e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org