1.

Neil 
Ashby 
Colorado 
Relativity in the Global Positioning System 
P 
2.

Thomas 
Baumgarte 
Bowdoin 
Some
Thoughts on Involving Undergraduate Students
in GRRelated
Research 
A 
3.

John 
Belcher 
MIT 
Visualizing Gravitational Radiation: Can Dynamic Line Integral
Convolution Help? 
P 
4.

Ed 
Bertschinger 
MIT 


5.

Jeff 
Bowen 
Bucknell 
Light
Cones in the Schwarzschild Geometry 
A 
6.

Thomas 
Brueckner 
Central Florida 
Stirring Up Undergraduate Interest in Relativity Research in a
Nonrelativistic Department 
A 
7.

Steve 
Carlip 
UC Davis 
General Relativity in a "Physics for Nonscientists" Course 
P 
8.

Soumya 
Chakravarti 
Cal State Pomona 
Ten
Weeks with Uncle Albert 
P 
9.

Wolfgang 
Christian 
Davidson 
Open
Source Physics Curriculum Material for Teaching Relativity 
P 
10.

Greg 
Comer 
St. Louis 
Using
Mathcad to Model Neutron Star Radial Oscillations and Rotation 
A 
11.

David 
Craig 
Lemoyne 


12.

Tevian 
Dray 
Oregon State 
The
Geometry of Special Relativity 
P 
13.

Joel 
Franklin 
Reed 
Spinning Charged Bodies and the Linearized Kerr
Metric 
A 
14.

David 
Harrison 
Toronto 
A
Voluntary Straitjacket: Teaching General Relativity without
Mathematics 
P 
15.

Jim 
Hartle 
UC Santa Barbara 
General Relativity in the Undergraduate Physics Curriculum 
A 
16.

Mark 
Haugan 
Purdue 
Improving
Undergraduates’ Readiness to Learn General Relativity 
P 
17.

Russ 
Herman 
U North Carolina Wilmington 
Lessons on Teaching Undergraduate General Relativity and
Differential Geometry Courses 
P 
18.

Charlie 
Holbrow 
AAPT/Colgate 
AAPT
Topical Workshops 
P 
19.

Savi 
Iyer 
Geneseo 
General Relativity at SUNY Geneseo 
P 
20.

Loretta 
Johnson 
Kalamazoo 
Experimental
Tests of General Relativity: What Students Need to Know 
P 
21.

William 
Komp 
U Louisville 


22.

Jean 
Krisch 
Michigan 
Gravity in the Curriculum 
P 
23.

Shane 
Larson 
Penn State 
Empowering Undergraduates with General Relativity: Stepping
stones to build research skills (coauth: Shoemaker & Hiscock) 
P 
24.

Michelle 
Larson 
Penn State 
(see
Rubbo) 
P 
25.

Seth 
Major 
Hamilton 
Quantum gravity with undergraduates 
A 
26.

Don 
Marolf 
UC Santa Barbara 
Teaching Black Holes 

27.

Tom 
Moore 
Pomona 
Tips
on Teaching GR (with Tensors) to Undergraduates 
A 
28.

Richard 
Mould 
SUNYSB 
Acceleration of Light at Earth’s Surface 
AC 
29.

Ed 
Neuenschwander 
Southern Nazarene 
General Relativity Education at Southern Nazarene University,
1989present 
P 
30.

Steven 
Penn 
Hobart & Wm. Smith 


31.

Jorge 
Pullin 
Louisiana State 
Central Ideas of General Relativity 

32.

George 
Rainey 
Cal State Pomona 
A
OneTerm (1 Quarter) Undergraduate Course on General Relativity
with Applications 
A 
33.

Ian 
Redmount 
St. Louis 
Teaching General RelativityA SevenLayer Cake 
A 
34.

Louis 
Rubbo 
Penn State 
HandsOn Gravitational Wave Astronomy: Extracting astrophysical
information from simulated signals (coauth: Louis Rubbo, Shane
Larson) 
P 
35.

Richard 
Saenz 
Cal Poly SLO 


36.

Roberto 
Salgado 
Syracuse 
New
Ideas for Teaching Relativity: SpaceTime Trigonometry 
P 
37.

Peter 
Saulson 
Syracuse 
Detecting Gravitational Waves with a Rubber Ruler: A Case Study
in the Meaning of Coordinates in General Relativity 
P 
38.

Donald 
Schnitzler 
Linfield 
Time
Dilation MerryGoRound 
P 
39.

Bernard 
Schutz 
Max Planck Inst. 


40.

Deirdre 
Shoemaker 
Penn State 
(see
Shane Larson) 

41.

Edwin 
Taylor 
MIT 
(see
Slavo Tuleja) 

42.

Jan 
Tobochnik 
Kalamazoo 


43.

Slavo 
Tuleja 
Slovakia 
Orbits
of particles and light around nonspinning and spinning black
holes 
P 
44.

Stamatis 
Vokos 
Seattle Pacific 
The
challenge of changing deeply held student beliefs about the
relativity
of
simultaneity;
Student understanding of time in special relativity:
Simultaneity and reference frames 
A
A 
45.

Rai 
Weiss 
MIT 
Experiments and observations that motivate students to
understand the essential physics of general relativity 
