Publications

  1. "General Atomics Enhances Pre-College Science Education," L.  D. Woolf and T. D. Gulden,  Materials Research Bulletin 20, 48 (1995).
  2. "Graphite Pencil Line for Exploring Resistance," L.  D. Woolf and H. H. Streckert,  The Physics Teacher 34, 440 (1996).
  3. "An Exploration of Materials Science," T.  D. Gulden and P. Winter,  Innovative Ideas in Ceramics and Materials Curricula, Thomas  Stoebe and Wayne Huebner, ed., The American Ceramic Society,  Westerville, Ohio, 1996.
  4. "Materials Science Teaching Module as  Adjunct to Introductory Chemistry," T. D. Gulden, K.  P. Norton, H. H. Streckert , L.  D. Woolf, J. A. Baron, S.  C. Brammer, D. L. Ezell, and R.  D. Wynn, Journal of Chemical Education 74, 785 (1997).
  5. The Line of Resistance, L. D.  Woolf, Institute for Chemical Education, Madison, Wisconsin  1997.
  6. Explorations in Materials Science, T.  D. Gulden, H. H. Streckert, L.  D. Woolf, K. P. Norton,, R.  D. Wynn, D. L. Ezell, S.  C. Brammer, and J. A. Baron,  Institute for Chemical Education, Madison, Wisconsin, 1998.
  7. "Confusing Color Concepts Clarified," L.  D. Woolf , The Physics Teacher  37, 204 (1999).
  8. "Pushing  the Rainbow: Frontiers in Color Chemistry," L. D. Woolf  presentation described on pp. 738-739: An Introduction to  the Wonderful World of Color, Journal of Chemical Education  37, No.  6, June 1999. Web site: JChemEd.chem.wisc.edu
  9. DPP Stimulates the First US/Russian Internet Olympiad (summer 1999)
  10. "Physicists, Educators Share Experiences at HS Teachers' Day," APS  News - July 2000, Volume 9, No. 7, p.3 .
  11. "How a School Partnership Broadened My Horizons," L.  D. Woolf,  ENC Focus Magazine, January 2001, Volume 8, No. 1, pp. 34-35.
  12. "It's a Colorful Life - Unique Materials for Presenting Color Concepts," L.  D. Woolf, Optics and Photonics News, April 2001, Volume  12, No. 4, pp. 18-19.
  13. "It's Time to Teach the Correct Primary Colors," Larry and  Wendy Woolf, The Painted Monkey: The Newsletter of the California  Art Education Association, Volume 28, No. 1, January 2002,  p. 20.
  14. "Crushing a Light Bulb" at High School Physics Teachers' Day in Denver; APS
     News - June 2004, Volume 13, No. 6, p.1
  15. The General Atomics Fusion Education Outreach Program, Rick Lee,  American Physical Society Forum on Education Summer 2006 Newsletter
  16. Workshops and lessons about the physics underlying Color Mixing, the  Incandescent Light Bulb, Graphite Pencil DC Circuits, Safe Driving, and  The Seasons-http://www.sci-ed-ga.org/modules-by Dr. Larry Woolf,  Websights Column of The Physics Teacher, Volume 44, October 2006, p. 479
  17. California Political Science Education by Lawrence Woolf, American  Physical Society Forum on Education Summer 2005 Newsletter
  18. Multiple smatterings of insight: 10 years of interaction with Craig Bohren,” L. D. Woolf, Journal of Nanophotonics Vol. 4, 041595 (2010).
  19. Alums discuss future of STEM education
  20. Job Skills Critical for Success in Industry, L. Woolf, American Physical Society Forum on Education newsletter, Fall 2010, From the Chair
  21. Popular Science Books, L. Woolf, American Physical Society Forum on Education newsletter, Spring 2011, From the Chair
  22. Preparing Physics Graduate Students for Careers in Industry, L. Woolf, APS Forum on Education Newsletter, Spring 2013.
  23. Phys21 – Physics Education for the 21st Century, Douglas Arion and Lawrence Woolf, APS News, February 2017.