Contact information for co-PIs

Bradley S. Ambrose

Department of Physics

118 Padnos Hall

Grand Valley State University

Allendale, MI 49401

Tel.:  616-331-2524

FAX:  616-331-3740


Michael C. Wittmann

Department of Physics and Astronomy

5709 Bennett Hall

University of Maine

Orono, ME  04401-5709

Tel.:  207-581-1237

FAX:  207-581-3410


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  1. Send Bradley S. Ambrose or Michael C. Wittmann an email notifying them that you are using the materials.  Refer to the bottom of this page for the necessary contact information.  In your email, be as specific as possible about which materials you have used (or plan to use) in your class and give us a report on what you did (if possible).  This is extremely important to us as we modify materials to be most appropriate for users.

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