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Topic: Math/physics
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Laura Bracken

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Registered: 12/6/04
Math/physics
Posted: Mar 19, 2001 6:22 PM
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Sometime in the last few years I attended a session at a Washington
Community College Math Meeting that described a cooperative effort to
develop a joint math/physics course. If I remember right, the state of
Washington had some money available for development of these kinds of
courses. If anyone knows of such courses either in Washington or
elsewhere, people to contact or web addresses, I'd appreciate the
information. I am most interested in a course for technical students but
academic orientation is also of interest.

Thanks.

--Laura

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Division of Natural Science and Mathematics Office: 208-799-2484
Lewis-Clark State College Fax: 208-799-2064
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Lewiston, ID 83501
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