2012 Annual Report - page 8

2012 Annual Report
The Physics Teacher
2012 saw the 50th volume of
The Physics Teacher (TPT)
and its 13th year under the editorship
of Karl Mamola.
continues the mandate of supporting, inspiring, and challenging our
target audience—high school and college teachers of introductory physics—as well as our
many other readers. A new column, iPhysicsLabs, edited by Jochen Kuhn and Patrick Vogt
was added to the journal. Karl announced his upcoming retirement in 2013 and a search was
begun for a new editor.
is published in print and online at
Dedra Demaree
Oregon State University
Corvallis, OR
Dewey Dykstra
Boise State University
Boise, ID
Kenneth Ford
Philadelphia, PA
Erlend H. Graf,
Stony Brook University
Book Reviews
John L. Hubisz,
North Carolina State University
Fermi Questions
Larry Weinstein, Old Dominion University
Figuring Physics
Paul G. Hewitt, City College of San Francisco
For the New Teacher
Patty Blanton, Appalachian State University
Column Editors
Managing Editor
Pamela Brown
Appalachian State University
Boone, NC
Assistant Editors
Patricia R. Blanton
Appalachian State University
Boone, NC
The Physics Teacher
9 issues—January–May, September–December 2012 (Volume 50)
576 pages, 164 reviewers, 130 papers, and 96 contributions to monthly columns
(79 international authors/co-authors)—34% acceptance rate
7,296 subscriptions
Approximately 47% of subscribers teach at the college and university level and
40% teach at the high school level. The remaining 13% are scientists at research
facilities, students, and other interested members of the physics community.
Lila Adair
Piedmont College
Monroe, GA
Janelle Bailey
University of Nevada
Las Vegas, NV
Mario Belloni
Davidson College
Davidson, NC
Elisha Huggins
Etna, NH
Michael LoPresto
Henry Ford Community College
Dearborn, MI
A. John Mallinckrodt
California State Polytechnic
Pomona, CA
Editorial Board
Carl Mungan
U.S. Naval Academy
Annapolis, MD
Gordon Ramsey
Loyola University-Chicago
Chicago, IL
Deborah Rice
St. Louis, MO
iPhysics Labs
Jochen Kuhn and Patrick Vogt, University of Kaiserslautern
Little Gems
Chris Chiaverina,
New Trier High School
Physics Challenge for Teachers and Students
Boris Korsunsky, Weston High School, Weston, MA
Dan MacIsaac, SUNY-Buffalo State College, Buffalo
YouTube Physics
Diane Riendeau, Deerfield High School
Karl C. Mamola,
Appalachian State University, Boone, NC
Editorial Staff
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