Physics students at the University of Rochester's Laser Energetics LaboratoryKaren Cummings (presenting) of Rensselaer and Karen Webb of Edison High SchoolInteractive Physics software (www.interactivephysics.com) simulates electric field vectors surrounding a dipoleRich Galik of Cornell UniversityDick Mancuso demonstrates a balloon/propeller toy

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(New York State Section of the American Association of Physics Teachers)

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Attendees of the Fall 2002 meeting review Standard Model chartsNYSS-AAPT 2002 Fall meeting participants in lively discussionCharlene Rydgren (Franklin Academy (Malone)) leads a discussion of Regents Physics exam issues