PHYSICS 115

ENERGY

Fall 1996

An introductory course for non-science majors introducing the concept of energy, its technical definition, its importance in our society, limitations pertaining to its use, and the future place of energy use in our technological life style. There are quantitative discussions of examples of energy in our society and the problems, that arise as a result.



Instructor
Text and Materials
Lecture and Notes
Homework
Hour Exams
Term Paper
Final Exam
Grading
Office Hours
Complaints and Concerns
General Advice
Syllabus


To Physics Department



Instructor

Professor D. Reeder, 4287 Chamberlin Hall, 262-8798.
Feel free to send Email to reeder@wishep.physics.wisc.edu.

Course info is posted to WWW page http://www.physics.wisc.edu/undergrads/courses/115/Syllabus115.html .


Text

Energy and Problems of a Technical Society, rev. ed.; Jack J. Kraushaar and Robert A. Ristinien, Wiley 1988.

Other materials

Lectures and Notes

Homework

Hour Exams

Term Paper

Final Exam

Grading

Office Hours

Complaints and Concerns

General Advice