A Guide to the

William Ingham Papers, 1945-2013

SC 0002

Compiled by: Kate Morris, December 2014; Peter Watt, August 2015; Tiffany Cole, June 2016

Descriptive Summary

 

Repository: Special Collections, Carrier Library, James Madison University

Title: William Ingham Papers, 1945-2013

Collection No.: SC 0002
Creator: William Ingham

Extent: 94 Hollinger boxes, 2 half-Hollinger boxes; 31.36 cubic feet

Language: English

Abstract: This collection, consisting of 31.36 cubic feet (94 Hollinger boxes and 2 half-Hollinger boxes), contains the professional and academic papers of Dr. William Ingham, professor emeritus of physics at James Madison University.

 

Administrative Information

 

Access Restrictions: Collection is open to research. Researchers must register and agree to copyright and privacy laws before using this collection. Please contact Research Services staff before visiting the James Madison University Special Collections Library to use this collection.

Use Restrictions: The copyright interests in this collection have been transferred to the James Madison University Special Collections Library. Staff have taken special care to identify and remove sensitive materials, particularly those relating to students’ academic records, found within this collection. However, in rare instances, privacy protected information may be revealed during use of this collection. Researchers agree to make no notes or other recordation of privacy protected information if found within this collection, and further agree not to publish or disclose such information for any purpose. Researchers agree to alert Special Collections staff if potentially privacy protected information is found within this collection. For more information, contact the Special Collections Library Reference Desk (library-special@jmu.edu).

Preferred Citation: [identification of item], [box #, folder #], William Ingham Papers, 1945-2013, SC 0002, Special Collections, Carrier Library, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA.

Acquisition Information: William Ingham donated this collection to Special Collections in October 2013.
Other Formats Available: Digitization of media content is in-process as of August 2016. Access will be made available to content once digitization is complete, barring any copyright or use restrictions.
Processing Information: The donor’s original order, including folder titles, was maintained whenever possible. The archivist imposed an order on any unordered files and created discrete series. Social security numbers not belonging to students have been redacted. Limited preservation, including removal of rusty paper clips and brittle rubber bands, was performed on materials. When appropriate, notebooks have been disbound. Newspaper clippings have either been photocopied or interleaved with acid-free paper.

Bio/Historical Note:

William Herbert Ingham, a distinguished member of the James Madison University physics faculty for over three decades, was born November 29, 1947 in Rochester, New York. He received his S.B. (Scientiae Baccalaureus) in physics from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in 1968 and went on to complete his M.S. in astronomy from California Institute of Technology (Caltech) in 1969. Ingham returned to MIT and received his Ph.D. in astrophysics in 1976. Dr. Ingham began teaching at JMU in September 1976 and remained a member of the physics faculty until his retirement in July 2010.

During his tenure at JMU, Dr. Ingham served as head of the Physics Department from 1986 to 1989 and also served in an acting role as Associate Dean/Acting Dean, Letters and Sciences (1989-1990) and Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs (1990-1991). Dr. Ingham’s accomplishments related to furthering the science curriculum are numerous. He taught over thirty discrete physics courses as well as courses in many other disciplines such as chemistry and math and championed a new computational science concentration. He also developed and taught four offerings of an introductory fluid mechanics course beginning the 1980-1980 academic year. In partnership with the History Department, Dr. Ingham was instrumental in creating the history of science curriculum first offered in the 1992-1993 academic year. Related material is located in the Teaching & Coursework series of this collection.

Dr. Ingham was an advocate for the physics department during university restructuring in the mid-1990s and was also an influential and involved faculty member beyond the physics department and beyond JMU. He served on the Faculty Handbook Task Force which was charged with editing the faculty handbook. This included editing and revising the expectations, rights and responsibilities of the faculty, and outlining the relationship between faculty members and the university. He also served on the Faculty Senate. Dr. Ingham was awarded the Distinguished Teaching Award for the College of Sciences and Mathematics for academic year 2002/2003. Recommended by the Council for International Exchange of Students (CIES) for a Lecturing/Research award under the 2004-2005 J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Program. He was awarded a grant and subsequently spent the fall semester 2004 teaching physics and conducting research at Acadia University in Nova Scotia, Canada as a faculty-in-residence.

Dr. Ingham was professionally active throughout his career, serving as a member of the American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT), particularly the Chesapeake Section (CSAAPT), and Sigma Xi, the Scientific Research Society. He was a grader for Advanced Placement (AP) physics examinations for several years. Between 1994 and 2000, Dr. Ingham served on the AP Physics Development Committee, a six-member national committee that writes the AP physics examinations; he chaired the committee from 1997 to 2000.

Since retirement in 2010, Dr. Ingham has remained active in the JMU community as a member of the Faculty Emeriti Association and continues to lecture on topics relating to black holes and gravitational waves.

Scope and Content:

The William Ingham Papers (1945-2013), consisting of 31.36 cubic feet (94 Hollinger boxes and 2 half-Hollinger boxes), contain the professional and academic papers of Dr. William Ingham, professor emeritus of physics at James Madison University. The materials chiefly relate to Dr. Ingham’s tenure as a physics professor at JMU between 1976 and 2010, including lecture notes and PowerPoint presentations, homework assignments, syllabi, examinations and keys, and related course documents. Other materials relate to Ingham’s scholarly pursuits both related and unrelated to physics including Dr. Ingham’s research on James Madison and the sciences. Materials documenting Dr. Ingham’s involvement in professional organizations and his commitment to professional development comprise a sizable portion of the collection. Much of the correspondence throughout the collection was generated using the VAX email system.

Arrangement:

The collection is arranged into seven series:

Series 1: Undergraduate and Graduate School Materials, 1965-1976
Series 2: Teaching and Coursework, 1971-2013
Subseries 2.1. Courses
Subseries 2.2. General Teaching
Series 3: Research and Scholarship, 1945-2013
Series 4: JMU Departmental and JMU Materials, 1976-2012
Subseries 4.1. JMU Materials
Subseries 4.2. Physics Department Materials
Subseries 4.3. Canadian Faculty Residency
Series 5: Professional Development and Activities, 1958-2011
Series 6: Physics Miscellaneous, 1970-2005
Series 7: Media, 1999-2004

All series are arranged alphabetically with the exception of Series 1: Undergraduate and Graduate School Materials, which is arranged numerically by course number and then alphabetically, Series 2: Teaching and Coursework, which is arranged alphabetically by course number beginning with physics courses then numerically by course number, and Series 7: Media, which is not arranged in any particular order.

Location of Originals:

Along with all other media, the USB flash drive is in the process of being digitized (copied) as of August 2016. After digitization, the original drive was returned to the owner.

Separated Material:

Due to Federal laws regulating the privacy and use of student academic records (specifically the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act, i.e. FERPA), material including but not limited to grades and grade books, marked papers, theses, class rosters, letters of recommendation, and instances of students' social security numbers or other unique identification numbers have been removed and returned to the donor. Many newspaper articles were photocopied and originals discarded. In some instances where entire newspaper issues were donated, the titles and dates of issues were recorded and originals were returned to donor. All media, regardless of original location in the organizational structure, has been removed to a single series.

Contents:

Series 1: Undergraduate and Graduate School Materials, 1965-1976

Arranged numerically by course number and then alphabetically.

This small series contains coursework and notes completed by William Ingham while he was an undergraduate and graduate student at MIT. Materials primarily comprise course notebooks and handwritten notes.

Folder Title Box : Folder
8.11 "Estimation of Some Broad Guidelines for the Early Development of Astronomy," 1965 1:1
8.311 Electromagnetic Theory, 1973 1:2
8.312 Electromagnetic Theory II, 1974 1:3
8.912 Cosmic Electrodynamics I, 1975 1:4
8.921 Farm/Equipment, 1974 1:5
8.922 Stellar Structure & Evolution II, 1974 1:6
8.971 Term Paper, Radio Sources, 1973 2:1
8.971 High Energy Astrophysics, 8.942 Cosmology, 8.962 General Relativity, 1974 2:2
12.001, 8.17J, & 18.636; A134, A112abc; 12.501, 1967-1975 2:3
Ay131, Ay201b, 1968 2:4
Ay201a, Ay201a Lab, Ay201b Lab, Ay135, 1968-1969 2:5
B.S. Thesis Working Notes (Notebook), 1968 3:1
Doctoral General Examinations, 1970-1974 3:2
ERC-Quantum Physics, 1969-1973 3:3
Ingham PH.D. Thesis Abstract, 1976 3:4

 

Series 2: Teaching and Coursework, 1971-2013

Arranged in two subseries. Series 2.1: Courses is arranged alphabetically by course number (beginning with physics) then numerically by course number. Series 2.2: General Teaching is arranged alphabetically.

This series, comprising the bulk of the collection, contains Dr. Ingham’s teaching materials and coursework when he was a professor at James Madison University. Dr. Ingham taught throughout multiple departments. As such, his course material spans the subjects of physics, math, chemistry, computer science, history, liberal studies, and honors. Dr. Ingham was instrumental in creating courses on the history of science taught in the history department and taught many other liberal studies courses, including freshman seminar, women in science, and seminars in nuclear war. Included in these files are syllabi, tests, lectures, notes, handouts, homework assignments, and course evaluations for various classes throughout his career at JMU. This series also contains handouts and lecture materials not associated with specific courses. This series is organized into two subseries –2.1 Courses and 2.2. General Teaching – which separates the material related to specific courses from miscellaneous teaching materials not necessarily associated with one particular course.

Series 2.1: Courses  
Folder Title Box : Folder
P100 Cosmology Lecture Fall 1980, 1980-1987
3:5
P100 Exercises, ca 1980 3:6
Physics 100 Fall 1980-Fall 1988, 1980-1988 3:7
Phys 105 2006, 2006-2007 3:8
P105E 11/08/07, 2001 3:9
P105 Fall 2008, 2008 3:10
P120 Lectures Fall 1991, 1991 3:11
P130 Final Exams, 1994-1996 3:12
Phys 130 Fall 1994, 1994 3:13
Phys 130-135 Quizzes, 1994 4:1
P130-135 MC Use 1994-1998, 1995 4:2
P130 Fall 1995, 1995-1996 4:3
Phys 130, 1994-1998, undated 4:4
P130 Hour Tests 1994-1997, 1994-1997 (Folder 1 of 2) 4:5
P130 Hour Tests 1994-1997, 1994-1997 (Folder 2 of 2) 4:6
Phys 135 Spring 1995, 1995 4:7
Phys 135 Exams 1995, 1995-1996 4:8
P135 Summer 1995, 1995 4:9
Phys 135 Exam, 1995 4:10
Phys 135 Spring 1996 (MWF 3PM), 1996 4:11
Phys 135 Summer 1996, 1996 4:12
P135 Hour Tests 1995-1996, 1995-1996 4:13
Phys 140/150, 1996, undated (Folder 1 of 2) 4:14
Phys 140/150, 1996, undated (Folder 2 of 2) 5:1
P140-150 Assigned HW, 1994-1998, undated 5:2
P140-150 Ideas, 1995 5:3
P140 Samples and Practice, 1994-1997, undated 5:4
P140 F196 Forms, 1996, undated 5:5
Phys 140, 1996-1997, undated 5:6
Phys 140, 1997, undated 5:7
Phys 140, 1996-1998, undated (Folder 1 of 2) 5:8
Phys 140, 1996-1998, undated (Folder 2 of 2) 5:9
P150 Samples and Practice, 1994-1998, undated 5:10
P150 Finals, 1995-1996, undated 5:11
P150 Old HW Solutions, 1995, undated 6:1
Phys 150 Problems, 1994-1998, undated (Folder 1 of 2) 6:2
Phys 150 Problems, 1994-1998, undated (Folder 2 of 2) 6:3
Phys 215 1994, 1994-2000, undated 6:4
P220 Fall 1985, 1985 6:5
Phys 240 Lab Exercise Mass on a Spring (4180), 1982, undated 6:6
P240 Offerings: Sm 82, Sm 87, Fa 87, Sp 88, 1982-1987, undated 6:7
Phys 240 Fall 1998, 1998 6:8
P240 Fall 1999 Old HW & Tests, 1983-1999, undated 6:9
Phys 240 Fall 1999, 1999, undated 6:10
P240-001 Fall 2009, 2009 6:11
Phys 240 Fall 2000, 2000 6:12
P250 Spring 2009, 2009, undated 6:13
Notes on Fluid Mechanics P245-260, 390 Ca. 10/82, 1981-1983 7:1
Physics 245 & 260 Exams 1981-86, 1981-1986 7:2
Physics 245 & 260 Fall 1982-86, 1981-1986 7:3
P245, Linearly Polarized Em Waves in a Vacuum: Summary, 1983 7:4
P245 & 260 Lecture Notes, 1983-1986, undated (Folder 1 or 2) 7:5
P245 & 260 Lecture Notes, 1983-1986, undated (Folder 2 of 2) 7:6
P245 & 260 Sample Homework Solutions, 1983-1986, undated (Folder 1 of 2) 7:7
P245 & 260 Sample Homework Solutions, 1983-1986, undated (Folder 2 of 2) 7:8
Transparencies and Copies: Waves P245-260, 1983-1984, undated 7:9
P245-260 Survey of E & M (Outline) Handouts Jan. 1985, 1985, undated 7:10
P245-260 Transparencies & Copies: Thermo, 1985, undated 7:11
P260 Final Exam Review (irreverent, insensitive), 1985, undated 7:12
Phys 260 Fall 2002 & 2003, 2002-2003, undated 7:13
Phys 260, 2002-2003, undated 8:1
Phys 260 PPS, 2002-2003, undated (Folder 1 of 2) 8:2
Phys 260 PPS, 2002-2003, undated (Folder 2 of 2) 8:3
Physics 260 Materials, 2003 (Folder 1 of 2) 8:4
Physics 260 Materials, 2003 (Folder 2 of 2) 8:5
Phys 260 Textbook & Topic Coverage, 2002-2003 8:6
P265- Spring 1999, 1998-1999, undated 8:7
Phys 265- Labs, 1999, undated 8:8
Phys 265, Life @ Low R# and Related Spring 1999, 1973-1999 8:9
P265 Homework Sets and Related, 1999-2002, undated (Folder 1 of 2) 8:10
P265 Homework Sets and Related, 1999-2002, undated (Folder 2 of 2) 8:11
P265 Hour Tests and Finals, 1999-2002, undated 8:12
Fluid Mechanics & Computational Fluid Dynamics & 265, 1997-2001, undated (Folder 1 of 2) 9:1
Fluid Mechanics & Computational Fluid Dynamics & 265, 1997-2001, undated (Folder 2 of 2) 9:2
Phys 265: Spring 2000 Intro to Fluid Mechanics, 2000, undated 9:3
Phys/Math 265- Spring 2001 MWF 2:30-3:20 Miller 109, 2000-2001, undated 9:4
Fluid Mechanics Film Notes, 1999-2000, undated 9:5
Phys 265- Spring 2002, 2000-2002, undated (Folder 1 of 2) 9:6
Phys 265- Spring 2002, 2000-2002, undated (Folder 2 of 2) 9:7
Phys 270, Modern Physic Handouts and Ref. Materials, 1968-1982, undated 9:8
Phys 270 Modern Physics, Notes & Exams, 1981-1999 9:9
Phys 270: Spring 1998 Modern Physics, 1998-1999, undated 9:10
Phys 270 Spring 1998, 1993-1998, undated 9:11
Phys 270, Training Spherical Coordinates, 1998 9:12
P270- Spring 1999, 1998-1999, undated 10:1
Phys 270, Modern Physics Biographical Sketches, 1999-2000 10:2
Phys 270 2000, 1983-2002, undated (Folder 1 of 2) 10:3
Phys 270 2000, 1983-2002, undated (Folder 2 of 2) 10:4
Phys 270 Sample Soln's, 2000, undated 10:5
Phys 270 '03, 2002-2003, undated (Folder 1 of 2) 10:6
Phys 270 '03, 2002-2003, undated (Folder 2 of 2) 10:7
Phys 270- Spring 2003 MWF 9:05-9:55 Tues 8:30-9:20 Miller 109, 2003, undated 10:8
Phys 270 Spring 2004, 2003-2006, undated (Folder 1 of 2) 10:9
Phys 270 Spring 2004, 2003-2006, undated (Folder 2 of 2) 10:10
Phys 270 Spring 2005 MWF 9:05-9:55 Tues 11-11:50 Miller 109, 2005, undated 10:11
Texts for Modern Physics, undated 11:1
Phys 280E MATlab Fall 2005, 2005, undated 11:2
Phys 285E 2006, 1979-2007, undated (Folder 1 of 2) 11:3
Phys 285E 2006, 1979-2007, undated (Folder 2 of 2) 11:4
Phys 285E (Maple) Spring 2007 Mondays 3:35-4:50 P&C 2378, 2006-2007, undated 11:5
Phys 285 2006, 2002-2006, undated 11:6
P297 Relativity Homework Papers, 1993-2006 11:7
P297- Relativity Fall 2000, 2000-2001, undated (Folder 1 of 2) 11:8
P297- Relativity Fall 2000, 2000-2001, undated (Folder 2 of 2) 11:9
P297/M165, 2000-2001, undated 11:10
P297-0301 MATLAB, 2001-2002, undated 11:11
Phys 297 Teaching Materials, 2000-2008, undated (Folder 1 of 2) 11:12
Phys 297 Teaching Materials, 2000-2008, undated (Folder 2 of 2) 12:1
Phys 297, 2001-2006, undated 12:2
Phys 297, 2006-2011, undated 12:3
Phys 297 MWF 1:25-2:15, 2008-2011, undated 12:4
P297- Relativity, 2011, undated 12:5
Phys 297 Tests, 2011 12:6
P330 Physical Constants, 1993, undated 12:7
P330 Formulas For Relativistic Mechanics, 1993, undated 12:8
P330 Hour Tests & Finals, 1993-1994, undated 12:9
Phys 335, Fall 1993 12:10
Homemade Xeroxes & Transparencies (Phys 330-335), 1983, undated 12:11
P330-335 Lecture Notes, 1993-1994 12:12
Phys 335, Mod II F93: HW & Tests, Fall 1993, undated 12:13
Phys 335 The Stable Nuclides, 1980 12:14
Phys 335 Homework, Spring 1982-1983, undated 12:15
P335 HT's & Finals, 1993 13:1
P338, 1980-1983, undated 13:2
Physics 338 Hours Tests, 1980-1983 13:3
Physics 338 Finals, 1980-1983 13:4
Physics 338 Homework, Spring 1980-1981, undated 13:5
Physics 338: Lecture Notes, 1980-1981, undated 13:6
Phys 338, Nucl. Phys: Lecture Notes, 1974-1983, undated 13:7
Old P338 Computer Programs, 1983, undated 13:8
Phys 340, 1999-2007, undated (Folder 1 of 2) 13:9
Phys 340, 1999-2007, undated (Folder 2 of 2) 14:1
P340 Mechanics, 2001, undated 14:2
Phys 340 Mechanics, 2004-2005, undated 14:3
P340, Fall 2012, undated 14:4
Phys 340, 2012, undated (Folder 1 of 2) 14:5
Phys 340, 2012, undated (Folder 2 of 2) 14:6
Phys 341: Lecture Notes, Fall 1979, undated 14:7
Phys 341, 1979 14:8
P341 Central Force Motion, 1981 14:9
P341 Separation of Motions, 1981 14:10
Phys 341, 2003-2006, undated (Folder 1 of 2) 15:1
Phys 341, 2003-2006, undated (Folder 2 of 2) 15:2
Phys 380, 2000-2004, undated 15:3
Phys 341, 2006, undated 15:4
Math/Phys 341, 2003-2013 15:5
Math/Phys 341, 2013, undated 15:6
P380 Homework, undated 16:1
Phys 390, 1978-1987, undated 16:2
Phys 390 Hour Tests & Finals, 1978-1987, undated 16:3
Phys 390 Notes, 1978-1987, undated 16:4
Phys 390, Drag-Coefficient Graphs Le Mahaute/Landan & Lifshitz, 1981 16:5
P390 Lecture Notes, 1985-1987, undated 16:6
P390: Feynman II on a flow past a cylinder, undated 16:7
Lecture Notes in Phys 390 & Phys 580 Pt. 1, 1983-1987, undated 16:8
Lecture Notes in Phys 390 & Phys 580 Pt. 2, undated 17:1
P390- Computer Applications, 2002, undated 17:2
Phys 390, 2002-2005, undated 17:3
Phys 390, 2005, undated 17:4
Phys 393 Research Projects, 2007, undated 17:5
P397- Fall 2003 Enrichment, 2003, undated 17:6
Phys 397, 2003 17:7
Phys 397, 2008-2009, undated (Folder 1 of 2) 18:1
Phys 397, 2008-2009, undated (Folder 2 of 2) 18:2
P397A Chaos, 2001, undated 18:3
P430 Chemical Potentials, gen'l conditions for equilibrium & stability phase & chemical equilibria, 1981 18:4
P430 Jacobians, 1982, undated 18:5
P430 Statistics of Identical Particles, 1983, undated 18:6
P430 Lecture Notes, 1977-1985, undated 18:7
Handout: Velocity Dist'n, 1983, undated 18:8
P445 Hour Tests, 1987-1992 18:9
P445, 1987 18:10
E & M Lecture Notes, 1987-1989, undated 18:11
E & M Final Exams, 1987-1992 19:1
P460/560 Quantum Mechanics Problem Sets, Spring 1979 19:2
P460/560 Quantum Mechanics Hour Test & Final Exams, 1979-1984 19:3
P460,560 Spherical Harmonics, 1980, undated 19:4
P460, P560 QM notes & handouts: Gaussian Wave Packet, 1984 19:5
P460, 1984, undated 19:6
Physics 460, 2001-2002, undated (Folder 1 of 2) 19:7
Physics 460, 2001-2002, undated (Folder 2 of 2) 19:8
P460 Quantum Mechanics, 2002, undated 19:9
Phys 4160, TuTh 8-9:15 in Miller 120, Spring 2005 19:10
Physics 460, Spring 2005 19:11
P460, 2005, undated 19:12
P460, 2005-2010, undated 20:1
P470 HT's and Final, 1986 20:2
Phys 470 Use of Manifestly Invariant Dfins. For frad. Div. curl., Spring 1986 20:3
Continuum Mechanics P470 Lecture Notes, 1986, undated 20:4
Phys 480 Notes 1983, 1972-1984, undated (Folder 1 of 2) 20:5
Phys 480 Notes 1983, 1972-1984, undated (Folder 2 of 2) 20:6
Physics 480, 1989, undated 20:7
Phys 480 Homework, 1992, undated 20:8
P480, 1992, undated 20:9
P480-Astro., 1995-1996 20:10
Ellipses P480, undated 20:11
Phys 480 2003, 2003, undated (Folder 1 of 2) 20:12
Phys 480 2003, 2003, undated (Folder 2 of 2) 21:1
Phys 480 '05 Pt 1, 2004-2007, undated 21:2
Phys 480 '05 Pt 2, 2007, undated 21:3
Phys 480- Spring 2005 MWF 11:15-12:05 Miller 120, 2003-2005, undated 21:4
Phys 480, 1992-2007, undated 21:5
P480 (Astrophysics)- Sp. 2007 MWF 12:20-1:10 P&C 2116, 2006-2007, undated 21:6
P480 2007, 2003-2007, undated 21:7
Phys 480/580 Lecture Notes, undated 21:8
Phys 497: Topics: GR Fall 2005, 2005-20008 21:9
Phys 497- QM3 TuTh 11-12:15, 2012 21:10
Stockhauser P498 F'80 High Magnetic Fields, 1976-1980, undated 21:11
P520 Lect. Notes Sp '85, 1960-1985, undated 21:12
Mechanics: Spring '85 P520, 1985, undated 21:13
Phys 520 Classical Mechanics Hour Tests & Final Exams, 1979-1985 22:1
P560-Spring 1979, 1979 22:2
Phys 560 Quantum Mechanics Homework, Spring 1980 22:3
Phys 560, Lecture Notes, Spring 1980 22:4
Phys 560: Spring 1980, 1980, undated 22:5
Physics 580- Fall 1977-82, 1977-1982, undated 22:6
Phys 580-Cosmology Notes, 1982-1984, undated 22:7
Phys 580 Homework: Sp 1982-84, 1977-1984, undated (Folder 1 of 2) 22:8
Phys 580 Homework: Sp 1982-84, 1977-1984, undated (Folder 2 of 2) 22:9
Phys 580 1979, 1979-1992, undated 22:10
P580 Notes: Sp'84 (Masters), 1977-1984, undated 22:11
Astrophysics: Brief Notes & Xeroxes 1982, 1968-1983, undated 23:1
Astrophysics, 1989, undated 23:2
Astr. 120, 2009, undated 23:3
Astr. 120, 2009 23:4
Astr. 121 Test, 2010 23:5
Astr. 121, 2011, undated 23:6
Astr. 121, 2013 23:7
Astr. 121, 2013, undated (Folder 1 of 2) 23:8
Astr. 121, 2013, undated (Folder 2 of 2) 23:9
Astr 121-001 (TuTh8), 2013, undated 23:10
Bio 490, 2002, undated 24:1
Chem 341 Organic Chem, 1985, undated 24:2
Chem 432-DeGraff, 1992 24:3
CS 448-49, 1984-1985, undated 24:4
Masters for Calorimetry Lab, 1994, undated 24:5
Lunar Observations (UMSC), undated 24:6
UMSC 101 Bright Ideas, 1993, undated 24:7
UMSC 101 Overheads, 1993, undated 24:8
UMSC 101 Tests, 1994-1996, undated 24:9
UMSC 101- academics sequences, 1994-1995, undated 24:10
UMSC 101, 1995 25:1
UMSC 101 Transparencies, undated 25:2
HON 200C, 1989, undated 25:3
Honors 300F and 200C, 1982-1992, undated 25:4
Honors 300F, 1982-1986, undated 25:5
Honors 300F, 1983-1986, undated 25:6
HON 300K Readings, 1986-1988, undated 25:7
HON 300F Handouts, 1987, undated 25:8
Honors 300K, Rathiens: "The Consequences of Nuclear War," undated 25:9
HON 300K, 1987-1989 25:10
HON 300M: Women in Science, 1999-2000, undated 25:11
HON 300Z Final Exam, 2001 25:12
Honors Course Background, 1986-1987, undated 26:1
Honors 301, Fall 2009, undated 26:2
M135 Trig Transcendence, 1987-1988, undated 26:3
Math 235, 2009-2012, undated 26:4
Math/CS 248 Fall '82, 1982, undated 26:5
Math 248 Notes & Assignment, 1999 26:6
Math 267E : Intro. To Acoustics, 2003-2005, undated 26:7
Math 341, 2011-2013, undated 26:8
Math 341, 2013 26:9
MP 365: Spring 2000 (CFD), 2000 26:10
Gender, Class, and Science, 2000-2007, undated 26:11
Women in Physics, 2000 26:12
Women in Science and Technology, 2000-2002, undated 27:1
As They Are, 1991-1992, undated 27:2
Freshman Seminar Reader Articles, 1975-1989 27:3
GSCI 121, 2000 27:4
GSCI 121: Physics of Light & Sound Manual, 2006 27:5
GSCI 121, Old Tests, 2006-2008, undated (Folder 1 of 2) 27:6
GSCI 121, Old Tests, 2006-2008, undated (Folder 2 of 2) 27:7
GSCI 121, Spring 2007 27:8
GSCI 121: Physical Nature of Light & Sound Lectures, 2007 28:1
GSCI 121: PowerPoint Slides, 2007 28:2
GSCI 121- 0004 (Spring 2007), 2007, undated 28:3
GSCI 121- Summer 2007, 2007, undated 28:4
GSCI 121 Lecture, 2007, undated 28:5
GSCI 121, Study Questions, 2007, undated 28:6
GSCI 121 Outline, 2009-2010, undated 28:7
GSCI 121- May '08, 2008, undated 28:8
GSCI 121- Spring 2008, 2008, undated 28:9
GSCI 121 Review Sheets, 2008, undated 28:10
GSCI 121 Background, 2008, undated 28:11
GSCI 121, 2008 28:12
GSCI 163-164 Labs, 2006, undated 28:13
GSCI 163-0302 Sp. 2006, 2006, undated 29:1
GSCI 163-164, 2009-2010, undated (Folder 1 of 2) 29:2
GSCI 163-164, 2009-2010, undated (Folder 2 of 2) 29:3
GSCI 163-164 Sp 2010, 2009-2010, undated 29:4
GSCI 163 Lab, undated 29:5
LS 101 Final Exam Spring 1994, 1992-1994, undated 29:6
Readings for LS 101 Connections, Fall 1992 29:7
Readings for LS 101, Education as Liberation or Training 1992, 1992 29:8
Readings for LS 101 1992, The Individual in the Social Context, 1992-1994 29:9
Readings, LS 101 Origins & Deities '92, 1992 30:1
LS 101 Readings, Education as Liberation or Training 1994, 1994 30:2
Readings, LS 101 The Individual in the Social Context, 1994 30:3
Readings, LS 101 Origins & Deities, 1994 30:4
LS300 Sci Biblios & Background Notes, 1991, undated 30:5
LS300: Hour Tests & Finals, 1991-1993 30:6
LS300, 1991-1993, undated 30:7
LS300, Reader in the 20th Century Science, 1992-1993, undated 30:8
LS300 Text Files 1992, 1992, undated 30:9
LS300/300H: MWF 2PM Sp '93, 1983-1993, undated 30:10
Hist 324: Spring 2000 History of Western Science, 1998-2001, undated 31:1
Hist 324 Reading Guides 07, 01, 1997-2001, undated 31:2
Hist 324- Spring 2001 MWF 11:15-12:05 Jackson 1A, 2000-2001, undated 31:3
Hist 324- Materials, 2001, undated 31:4
Hist 324-Spring 2011 Stockpile, 2001, undated 31:5
Hist 324 2001, 1997-2001 31:6
Hist 324- Fall '98, 1998-2001, undated 31:7
Hist 324, Fall 1997, 1997, undated (Folder 1 of 2) 31:8
Hist 324, Fall 1997, 1997, undated (Folder 2 of 2) 31:9
History 324, 1995-1998, undated 31:10
Hist 324, 1998-2005, undated (Folder 1 of 2) 32:1
Hist 324, 1998-2005, undated (Folder 2 of 2) 32:2
Hist 325 Syllabus, 1992-1995, undated 32:3
HIS 328-329, 2001-2002 32:4
Hist 328- Spring 2003 MWF 12:20-1:10 Miller 120, 2001-2007, undated 32:5
Hist 328 2003, 1992-2008, undated (Folder 1 of 2) 32:6
Hist 328 2003, 1992-2008, undated (Folder 2 of 2) 32:7
Hist 328, 2003-2008, undated (Folder 1 of 2) 32:8
Hist 328, 2003-2008, undated (Folder 2 of 2) 33:1
Hist 328 2003, 1989-2003, undated 33:2
Hist 328 Research 2003, 2003, undated (Folder 1 of 2) 33:3
Hist 328 Research 2003, 2003, undated (Folder 2 of 2) 33:4
HIS 328 Spring 2003 Teaching Plus Newspaper/ Web Clippings, 1991-2003, undated 33:5
History of Science 328, 2004, 1971-2004, undated 33:6
Hist 328, 2005, undated 33:7
Hist 328 Biographies, 2005-2006 34:1
Hist 328 History of Science Notes: Reading Guides, 1997-2003, undated 34:2
HIS 328-Spring 2008, 2008, undated 34:3
Hist 328 Tests, 2008 34:4
Hist 329 Proposal & Sources, 1971-2003, undated 34:5
Hist 329, 2003-2006, undated (Folder 1 of 2) 34:6
Hist 329, 2003-2006, undated (Folder 2 of 2) 34:7
Hist 329 Material, 2004, undated 34:8
Hist 329: Spring 2004, 2004, undated 35:1
Hist 329 Test, 2004 35:2
Hist 329, 2006, undated (Folder 1 of 2) 35:3
Hist 329, 2006, undated (Folder 2 of 2) 35:4
Fall 2006 Hist 329, 2006, undated 35:5
Hist 329 Course Evaluations, Fall 2006, 2006-2007 35:6
Hist 329, 2006-2007, undated (Folder 1 of 2) 35:7
Hist 329, 2006-2007, undated (Folder 2 of 2) 35:8
Hist 329, Kevles Q's (already handed), undated 35:9

 

Series 2.2: General Teaching
Folder Title Box : Folder
Abundances of Common Elements, undated
36:1
Appendix 1.D: A Sense of Scale, 1982, undated
36:2
Assorted Transparencies, undated
36:3
Assorted Wikipedia Articles, 2007
36:4
Atomic/Nuclear Chronology, undated 36:5
Chronology of Evolution & Historical Events, 1985 36:6
Coding Material Inside a Thermos Bottle, undated 36:7
Computer Applications Background, 1978-1987 36:8
Computing in Advanced Undergraduate Physics, 1991-2007 36:9
Constellation Maps 1972-1973, undated 36:10
Cosmology Lecture 1974.0219, 1973-1974, undated 36:11
Cosmology Transparencies, undated 36:12
Daily Schedules, undated 36:13
Electrostatics, 1986-1987, undated 36:14
Elem Abs, 1984-1994, undated 36:15
Exploring Black Holes Solutions Manual, 2000 36:16
Exploring Black Holes, 2008 37:1
Exploring Black Holes, 2008 37:2
Exploring Black Holes, 2008 37:3
Taylor, Wheeler & Bertschinger's Exploring Black Holes, JMU Departmental Office Copy, 2008 37:4
Taylor, Wheeler & Bertschinger's Exploring Black Holes, Fall 2008 marked up copy, 2008 37:5
Taylor, Wheeler & Bertschinger's Exploring Black Holes, 2011 37:6
Film notes, 1994-2003 38:1
Forms, undated 38:2
Formula Sheets P/30, 1994-1998, undated 38:3
General Physics Problems; Thermal Physics, undated 38:4
Grids: Paper, undated 38:5
Handouts, 1979-1987, undated 38:6
Hist/Bio/Phil of Sci, 1992-1993 38:7
History Trans Masters, 1991-2003 38:8
Idea for Visuals, 1993-1994, undated 38:9
Illustration guides, undated 38:10
Instructor's Solutions Manual to accompany An Introduction to Thermal Physics, 2001 38:11
Instructor's Manual for Kreyszig's Advanced Engineering Mathematics (15th ed.), 1987 38:12
Introduction to Vector Diff Operator "DEL," 1981-1982, undated 38:13
Liboff Problem Solns, Ch. 1-5, 2009-2010, undated 38:14
Limits to Growth, 1972, undated 38:15
Maps and Charts: Personal, 1985, undated 38:16
Maps: Originals and Transparencies, undated 38:17
MATLAB exercises, undated 38:18
Miscellaneous Handouts/Papers, 2011, undated 39:1
Miscellaneous Test Keys, handouts & syllabi, 1981-2009 39:2
Modern Physics, 1980-1982 39:3
Other E & M Exercises, 1992 39:4
Periodic Table 3/82, undated 39:5
Physics Course Offerings, 2005-2008 39:6
Physics Informal Guidebook, 1996 39:7
Physics Solutions Manual 2005, 2005, undated 39:8
PowerPoint Slides, 2008, undated 39:9
Prepared transparencies, undated 39:10
Problems & Solutions, undated 39:11
Reference Sheets, 1983-1984 39:12
Reference Sheets, 1983-1993, undated 39:13
Relativity Reference Sheets, 2011 39:14
Scales in the Universe, undated 39:15
Scales of Size and Distance, 1985 39:16
Scales of Size & History: Masters, 1985, undated 39:17
Scales of Size, Distance, & Time, 1985 39:18
Seating Charts, undated 39:19
A sense of Scale ca. 8/82, 1982, undated 39:20
Slide Notes JB, undated 40:1
Special Scale Papers, undated 40:2
Special Scales and 1-2-5-10 Paper, undated 40:3
Strogatz Exercises, 2013, undated (Folder 1 of 2) 40:4
Strogatz Exercises, 2013, undated (Folder 2 of 2) 40:5
Student Evaluations Thru Su 95, 1991-1995, undated 40:6
Symon Problems & Solutions, 1979 40:7
Tables, undated 40:8
Teaching Blips, 1990, undated 40:9
Teaching Schedules, 1976-1995 40:10
Toolboxes:1.1-1.3, 1983 40:11
Transparencies in Flight, 1997-2002, undated 40:12
Wishlist, undated 40:13
Xeroxes & Notes: CosPer, 1982-1983, undated 40:14

 

Series 3: Research and Scholarship, 1945-2013

Arranged alphabetically.

This series consists mostly of scholarly articles and handwritten notes by Dr. Ingham pertaining to his scholarly pursuits, some of which are not directly related to physics. Many of these scholarly articles have dates handwritten in the top left corner of the page, which indicate when he actually printed or used these articles. If no date was written on them, then the date of publication is used for description purposes. This series also contains correspondence between Ingham and various scholars about their work, such as edits for textbooks and book reviews. Dr. Ingham conducted much research on James Madison and the sciences; related documentation is included. Large collections of Wikipedia and other web page printouts were removed and given back to the donor.

Folder Title Box : Folder
20th Century Physics Timelines (1881-1955), undated
41:1
3C 345, 1975 41:2
A0620-00 paper, 1976 41:3
AAPT Publications, 1987-1990 41:4
AAPT, Strategic Programs for Innovations in Undergraduate Physics: Project Report, 2003 41:5
About Brachistochrones and Catenaries Notes, 1982 41:6
About Brachistochrones and Catenaries Transparencies, 1982 41:7
Aeronautics Figures (Tennekes, von Mises, Jones, et al), 1997-2000 41:8
Adiabatic Sound Waves in a Uniform Fluid (Application: Doppler curve from a cruising airplane), 1999-2001 41:9
Air Resistance on Various Objects From Bennett, 1981 41:10
Airfoils & Aeronautics, 1999-2001 41:11
Garland Allen. Life Science Biblio, 1975 41:12
Alphabetical list of scientists through history, undated 41:13
American Eugenics Movement, 2001 41:14
American, Journal of Physics Q & A's, 1994-1997 41:15
American Institute of Physics, Degree Recipient Reports, 1994-2000 41:16
American Institute of Physics, Roster of Physics Departments with Enrollment and Degree Data, 1999 41:17
Andrei Sakharov biography, 1998 41:18
An Apology for Modern Astronomy, 1983 41:19
Appraisal: Science Books for Young People, 2000 41:20
Articles on Interstellar Communication Plasma & Cosmology, 1997 42:1
Articles on teaching Physics, 1969-1971 42:2
"The Articulate Traveler Johann Georg Kohl: Chronicler of American Continents," Library of Congress Exhibition, 1993 42:3
Assorted Articles, 2005, undated 42:4
Assorted Articles, 2005-2006 42:5
Assorted Articles & Notes, 1981-2008 42:6
Atomic/Nuclear Chronology, 1994 42:7
Atmospheric Structure and Chemistry, 1981 42:8
Auden's "A New Year Greeting," Marples' "Life on the Human Skin," Updike's "The Dance of the Solids," Byard's "Poetic Responses to the Copernican Revolution," 1977, undated 42:9
Background Info for History of Science & LS 300, 1994 42:10
Basic Governing Equations for Motion of a Nonrating Sphere Through a Fluid, 1983 42:11
Batcheler Appendices, 1983 42:12
Batcherlor's Tables of Fluid Properties, 1967 42:13
Beowulf, 2001 42:14
Bibliography on Arms Control & Defense, 1988 43:1
Biophysics Notes & Articles, undated 43:2
"Bittersweet Romance," 1973 43:3
Black Holes & Cosmology, undated 43:4
Blips & Clips, 1984 43:5
Bohr's "Natural Philosophy and Human Cultures," and Feynman's "Probability and Uncertainty," 1961, 1965 43:6
Book Codes, undated 43:7
Booklist, 1986 43:8
Booklists, 1987-2002 43:9
Booklists, 2011-2012 43:10
Booklists and acquisitions, 1993-1995 43:11
Book wants, 1992-1995 43:12
Book wants-individual, 1997-2003 43:13
Books, 1985-1995 44:1
Books & other sources: History & Philosophy of Science and Technology, 1971-1991 44:2
Boorstin, Mason, & K. Jefferey History of Science Reading/Class Notes, 1991 44:3
Boundary Layers, 2000-2001 44:4
Brecher, Ingham, & Morrison "X-Ray Emission" reprints, 1977 44:5
Brown, Pais, & Pippard's Twentieth Century Physics Vol. II, undated 44:6
Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 1975 44:7
Bulletin of the American Physical Society, 1997 44:8
Vannevar Bush. Science: The Endless Frontier, 1945 44:9
Catenaries, 1983 44:10
Celestial Sphere Problems, undated 44:11
Centrifuge, 1986-1987 44:12
Chandler Colloquium "Life in the Universe," 1978 44:13
Chandlers Colloquium: The Challenge from Space Technology, 1980 44:14
Charles Darwin in Article, undated 44:15
Chemical Elements March, 1982 44:16
Chemical Engineering News, 1989 44:17
Clayton and Reif Problems, 1970s 44:18
Coin Weights, 2006 44:19
Collected Readings Project, 1988-1991 45:1
Colloquia & Notes (notebook), 1973-1975 45:2
Colloquia & Notes (notebook), 1975 45:3
Colloquia & Notes (notebook), 1975-1976 45:4
Compound Optical Instruments, 1977 45:5
Computational Constellation Overlays, 1980 45:6
Computational Research, 1976-1980 45:7
Computer Program Print-outs (rolled): Neutwind Gaushaus (2) 497-939 Gaushaus (3) 935-1112, 1980 45:8
Computers & Constellations, 1978-1979 46:1
Constellation Charts, 1978-2007 46:2
Constellation HP, 1978-1979 46:3
David Cook correspondence, beta testing, 2001 46:4
Corrections to Harre's "Great Scientific Experiments," 1981 46:5
Correspondence with Dwayne Yancey, 2003 46:6
Cosmic Perspectives draft, undated 46:7
Cosmic Perspectives Glossary, 1983 46:8
Cosmic Perspectives Notebook, undated 46:9
Cosmic Perspectives Notes, 1982-1983 46:10
Cosmic Perspectives Outline, 1983 46:11
Cosmic Perspectives Outline, undated 46:12
Cosmic Perspectives Outline, undated 46:13
Cosmic Perspectives Preface & Ch. 1, 1983 46:14
Cosmic Perspectives Publishers Correspondence, 1980-1983 46:15
Cosmic Perspectives Reviewer Comments, 1982 46:16
Cosmology, early 1970s 46:17
Creeping Flow around a Sphere, 2001 46:18
CS 449 Notebook, undated 46:19
Cyclotron Radiation, 1975-1976 47:1
d'Espagnat's "The Quantum Theory and Reality," Shimony's "The Reality of the Quantum World," 1979, 1988 47:2
Daily News-Record, Montpelier Archaeology Article, 2006 47:3
Davis & Park's No Way: The Nature of the Impossible (Intro & Table of Contents), 1988 47:4
Degree Datatables, figures & spreadsheets, 1995-1998 47:5
The Deuteron (Simple illustrative models), 1981 47:6
Development of the Atomic Bomb, 1988-2001 47:7
Dimensional Analysis, 2001 47:8
Discover, 1998 47:9
Div, Grad, Curl, etc. (Schey, Purcell), 1992 47:10
Dobzhanksky, et al. Evolution (excerpts), 1977 47:11
Doppler Effect (Newtonian), 1983 47:12
Double Pendulum Articles, 1994-2004 47:13
Double Radio Sources, 1973-1974 47:14
Drag Coefficient for a sphere (Chow, LeMehaute, Tritton, Landon, & Lipshitz), 1983 47:15
Paul Durbi, "A Guide to the Culture of Science, Technology and Medicine," 1984 47:16
"Education Reform for the 70s," 1972 47:17
Albert Einstein: Image and Impact, 2004 47:18
Einstein Research/AIP, 2006 48:1
Eisberg-Lerner Text Review, 1978-1982 48:2
Eisberg/Resnick Notes, 1993 48:3
Electrostatic, 1986-1988 48:4
Electrostatic Surprise, 1985-1986 48:5
Emails, News Clippings, Ads & Notes, 1996-2001 48:6
ERC/Keller Plan papers, 1971-1976 48:7
Examples for Linear Algebra & its Appl'n to QM, 1984 48:8
Examples from Computer Algebra Recipes, undated 48:9
Excerpts from papers on hydrogen ion reactions, 1976-1977 49:1
Exploring Black Holes, 2008 49:2
Exploring Black Holes Correspondence, 2008 49:3
External Flows (Past Symmetric Objects) & Drag, Creeping, Newton, etc., 1981-2001 49:4
Fan Mountain (Randy Fear), 1978-1979 49:5
Feynman Sketches/Graph reflow pastcyclinder, undated 49:6
Richard P. Feynman, "The Value of Science," 1947-1955 49:7
Richard P. Feynman, "The Value of Science," undated 49:8
Figures & Captions, Ch.1., undated 49:9
Finished Constellation Maps, 1978-1979 49:10
The Fires of Alchemy, 1988 49:11
Fluid Circulation, Kelvin's Theorem, & Vortices, 2001 49:12
Fluid Dynamics, 1994-2002 49:13
Fluid Statics: Pascal's Law, Atmos Profiles. Tides, 1999-2002 49:14
Follow the Bouncing Bulls, 1993 49:15
Forensics/Consulting, 1986-1988 49:16
Forms for Sec. III Tables, 1982-1983 49:17
French and Taylor, "Limitation of Proper Length in Special Relativity," 1983 49:18
French & Taylor Paper I, 1982 49:19
French & Taylor Paper II, 1982 50:1
Fundamentals of F.D. Continuity eq also (Newton to Navier-Stokes), undated 50:2
Gaussiau Integrals, 1984 50:3
General Physics: Fluids, Waves & Sounds including Vector Analysis, undated 50:4
General Research Materials, 2005-2007 50:5
Giffen & Marqfino, 2004 50:6
A Glossary of Terms in Statistical Physics, 1976 50:7
GoCritical, 1977 50:8
God & The Astronomers (Reading List Talk), 1987 50:9
Goldstein Notes, undated 50:10
Goldstein Problem Solutions, Ch. 1-5, 1985 50:11
Grab Bag Problems, 1982 50:12
Gravitational Systems, 1975 50:13
"Gravitea," 1979-1980 50:14
Griffiths Solutions, Ch.1-3, 1992 50:15
Griffiths Solutions, Ch. 4-8, 1992 50:16
Harrison's "Masks of the Universe," Gingerich's "The Galileo Affair," 1982, 1985 51:1
Harrisonburg Weather Records, 2001 51:2
Doug las Hartree, The Calculation of Atomic Structures, 1957 51:3
HP-9820A Programs Documentation, 1978-1979 51:4
History of Dynamic Systems & Chaos, undated 51:5
History of Science background, 2006 (Folder 1 of 3) 51:6
History of Science background, 2006 (Folder 2 of 3) 51:7
History of Science background, 2006 (Folder 3 of 3) 52:1
History of Science biographies, undated 52:2
History of Science PowerPoint Slides, 2004-2005 52:3
History of Science Slides, 2005 52:4
History of Science Society, 2003-2005, undated 52:5
History of Science Timelines, 1976, undated 52:6
Holt Physics Review Phase I, 2003-2004 52:7
Holt Physics Review Phase II, 2004 52:8
Hotfile, 1983-2009 52:9
HRW Holt Science & Technology Review, 2003 52:10
Important Dates & Blank Timelines, undated (Folder 1 of 2) 52:11
Important Dates & Blank Timelines, undated (Folder 2 of 2) 53:1
Industrial Revolution, 1997 53:2
Ingham, Brecher, & Wasserman "On the Origin of Continuum Polarization in White Dwarfs" Reprints, 1976 53:3
Ingham & Morrison Symmetry Reprints, 1975 53:4
Ingham, et. Al., "Simplified Theory of Ion Source," 1978 53:5
Interstellar Molecules, Life on Earth, 1980 53:6
Inviscid Flow (Tritton, Paterson), undated 53:7
Ionization Rate Computation, 1977 53:8
IPEDS Degree Data, 1995 53:9
Isenberg & Chomet's Physics Experiments and Projects for Students, 1994 53:10
James Madison Center Publications, undated 53:11
The James Madison Journal, 1979 53:12
Joss, Wind Notes, 1976-1980 53:13
Kinematics of Fluids, Eulenan V. Lograngian, Divergence, Relevant Vector Calculus, 1979 53:14
Kinetic Theory of Gases, Thermodynamics, & Transport, 1999-2000 53:15
Kites et al, 2002 53:16
Kleinmann, Brecher, & Ingham, "Infrared Emission From A0620-00" reprints, 1976 53:17
R.F. Knacke's Solutions to Problems to accompany F. Reif's Fundamentals of Statistical and Thermal Physics, 1965 53:18
Richard T. Kouzes "Interior Model of a Star," undated 53:19
Kreyszig Exercises, 1977 53:20
Kreyszig Solutions, 1987 53:21
Lai, Rubin, Krempl Problem Solutions, 1986 54:1
Landmarks of Science, Series I & II, 1984-1985 54:2
James J. Leary/William H. Ingham, "E&MC2: An Intuitive Derivation," 2005-2008 54:3
Least-Time & Related, 1992 54:4
Lederman's "The Value of Fundamental Science," Szent-Gyergi's "Lost in the Twentieth Century," 1965, 1984 54:5
Letters and Other Writings of James Madison, Vol. III (1865), undated 54:6
Leung, Collier, Marshall et. Al. "Characteristics of a Multidipole Ion Source," 1977 54:7
Leung, et. Al., "Characteristics of a multidipole ion source," 1978 54:8
Leung, Kribel, & Taylor "Measurement of the Effective Mean Free Paths of Primary Electrons," 1976 54:9
LHR Assorted Articles, 1947, 1987-1988, 1995 54:10
Liboff Problem Solutions, Ch. 6-9, 1984 54:11
Liboff Text Notes, 2012 (Folder 1 of 3) 55:1
Liboff Text Notes, 2012 (Folder 2 of 3) 55:2
Liboff Text Notes, 2012 (Folder 3 of 3) 55:3
Library of Congress Material, 2010-2012 55:4
Life at Small Scale, undated 55:5
Liggett & Caughey text & related, 2001 55:6
Linear Algebra and is application to QM, 1984 55:7
List of terms for Fluid Mechanics, 1999 55:8
Literary References for Cosmic Perspectives, undated 55:9
Dolley Madison Letters, 2009 55:10
James Madison Eulogy Research, 2006 55:11
James Madison Letters, undated 56:1
James Madison Notes, 2007 56:2
Madison Plasma Group (Notes on Meeting), 1977 56:3
James Madison Research, 2004-2009 56:4
James Madison Research, 2006 56:5
James Madison Timeline, undated 56:6
James Madison and Science Research, 2004-2009 56:7
Madison Voiceover Project, 2008-2009 56:8
Manhattan Project: The Atomic Bomb from The Nuclear Almanac, 1984 56:9
Maple Notes, 2002 56:10
Marks, Nuland, Struik, Harre History of Science Reading Notes, 1983-1984 56:11
Massess, Excess, Deficits: A Formulary P338, 335, 1983 57:1
Math/CS 448 Notebooks I & II, 1979-1980 57:2
Math 448 Notebook, 1999 57:3
Math Related Physics Articles, 1962-2006 57:4
Arthur Matluck, Vector Integral Calculus, 1966-1998 57:5
Minimal Sum of Surfaces of Revolution RS Chron, 1985 57:6
Miscellaneous Articles, 1960-1983 57:7
Miscellaneous Articles, 1964-1974 58:1
Miscellaneous Articles, 1983 58:2
Miscellaneous Computing Publications, 1996-2000 58:3
Miscellaneous Notes, undated 58:4
Miscellaneous Notes and Diagrams, 1982-2002 58:5
Miscellaneous Physics Articles, 1992-1995 58:6
Miscellaneous Printed Physics Articles, 1967-1975 58:7
Miscellaneous Printed Physics Articles, 1976-1996 58:8
Miscellaneous Publications Recruitment, 1994, 2004 59:1
Miscellaneous Research, 1977-1978 59:2
Modern Physics, 1993-2008 59:3
Molecules/T.C. Devore, 1980-1981 59:4
Montgomery, 1980 59:5
Montpelier Slave Descendants Reunion, 2007 59:6
Philip Morrison Papers, 1993 59:7
Morrison's The Ring of Truth (Epilogue), Jenkins and MacDonald's "Science Teaching in the Spirit of Science," 1987, 1989 59:8
N-body Paper, 2008-2009 59:9
N-body Parallel Code, 2007-2010 59:10
NC3 Manuscript, 1991-1993 59:11
Navier-Stokes Eq. in Cylindrical & Polar Coordinates (tritton), undated 59:12
Newbridge Book Clubs, 1994 59:13
Newsweek, 2005 59:14
Thomas Nickles, "God Science as Bad History…," undated 60:1
Non-linear dynamics & chaos background, 2001-2013 60:2
Norbery: Vertebrate Flight, undated 60:3
Notes, 1983, 1993 60:4
Notes (notebook), 1978-1983 60:5
Notes & Problems, 1975-1976 60:6
Notes on Woodward's History of Surgery, 1989 60:7
Mark Ostrander's Work, 1981 60:8
Nuclides File Project, 1980-1983 60:9
Numerical Recipeson Runge-Kulta Integration, undated 60:10
Numerical Solution of Scattering Problems, 1975-1976 60:11
Olbers' Paradox: 1) Ch.12 of Cosmology 2) Why the Sky is Dark at Night, 1981 60:12
"On being a scientist," "10 Outstanding Achievements 1964-1989," 1989 60:13
"One World or None," 1988 61:1
Optics, 1976-1977 61:2
Oscillations of a hanging chain, 1977 61:3
Oscillations of a hanging chain, 1977 61:4
Oscillations of a hanging chain, 1977-1982 61:5
G. Edgar Parker and James S. Sochacki's "A Picard-McLauren Theorem for Initial Value PDE's," "Implementing the Picard Iteration," 1998 61:6
Paterson Problem Solutions, 1986 61:7
Penny Count, 2006-2008 61:8
Periodic Table, undated 61:9
Photogrammetry, 1982-1986 61:10
Physics & Biology, undated 61:11
Physics degree stats, 1994-1998 61:12
Phys Dept 1996-1997 Solar Wind Theory, undated 61:13
Physics Education & Physics Stats, 1994 61:14
Physics History & People, 1973-1992 61:15
Physics Nobelists, undated 61:16
Physics of Flying, 2002 62:1
Physics Problems and Solutions, 1979-1980 62:2
The Physics Teacher, 1994 62:3
The Physics Teacher Submission, "A Consistent Sigh Convention for Work," 1987-2000 62:4
Physics Today, 1987 62:5
Physics Today Book Review, 2002 62:6
Physics Today Various Articles, 1982-1994 62:7
Physics Today Various Articles, 1982-1994 62:8
Planetarium Coor Trans, 1978-1979 63:1
Poisson Distribution, 1980 63:2
Polyhedra, 2009 63:3
Potential Flow (Inviscid Flow), 2001 63:4
Presidential Marches, 2007 63:5
Princeton University Researchship Trip, 2009 63:6
Problems & Notes, 1984-1985, 1998 63:7
Problems from Den Hautog's Advanced Strength of Materials, 1986 63:8
Projects, 1975 63:9
QM Mechanics Oscillator, 1984 63:10
Quasars and radio galaxies misc. notes, 1971-1975 63:11
Radioactive Decay: P335, 1981 63:12
Radio Astronomy (Fear), 1978 63:13
Rainbow Theory, 1991-2004 63:14
Rate of Ionization of Neutrals by a Thermal Distribution of Electrons, 1976-1977 63:15
A.J.S. Rayl, "Popular Science Writing…," The Scientist, 1992 63:16
Reading Guide & Comic, undated 63:17
Reading Material, 1992-1993 63:18
Reading Memos Fall, 2008 64:1
Record Book, 1975-1978 64:2
Reference Formulaeon Vectors, 1979 64:3
Reitz, Milford, & Christy Solutions, 1987-1988 64:4
"Relativistic Rectlinear Rest-Rigid-Motions of Extended," outline, draft, & notes, 1982 64:5
Republic of Letters annotated index, undated 64:6
Rocket Science, 2003 64:7
Rocktown piece on James Madison, 2006 64:8
"Rotating" Chain-Analytical, 1977 64:9
Rotating Chain-Numerical, 1977 65:1
Rotating Fluids & Rotating Frames (uniformly rotating fluids; internal forces; weather maps), 1999-2001 65:2
Scales, ca. 1985 65:3
Schey, et. al. "A Laboratory, Computer and Calculus Based Course in Mathematics," 1969 65:4
Schey Solutions, 1992 65:5
Science and technology in James Madison's world, 2006-2007 65:6
Science education, 1987-1990 65:7
Science is not enough, 1995 65:8
Scientific computing note books, 1982, 1994 65:9
Sep in Science & Tech Article RS Chron, 1987 65:10
Serway & Faughn notes and solutions, undated 66:1
Shaping the future: New Expectations for Undergraduate education in Science, Mathematics, Engineering, and Technology, 1996 66:2
Sigma Pi Sigma Sample Survey, 1994-1995 66:3
Sketychy notes & references, 1975 66:4
Smooth Particle Applied Mechanics (SPAM), 2000-2001 66:5
Smooth Particle Mechanics, 2001-2002 66:6
Solar Physics Talk, 1969 66:7
Solar Pulsations, 1974-1977 66:8
Solutions & Notes, 1987 66:9
Some Events in Science and Technology, 1945, 198, 1998 66:10
Source Symmetry, 1975-1976 66:11
Spectrum, 1992-1994 66:12
Standards/Curves, 1975-1979 66:13
Statistical Physics Book, 1977-1985 66:14
Statistics of Identical Particles and Radioactive Decay: A Statistical Process Notes, 1981-2000 66:15
Arthur Steinbergand Christopher Craig. "Technologies and Culture and Technologies in Historical Perspective," 1991 66:16
Stella Structure, 1982-1985 66:17
Stewart & Blair's 'Spiking neural network simulation…," 2009 66:18
Strogatz figures, Ch. 1-7, undated 67:1
Strogatz figures, Ch. 8-12, undated 67:2
Summary of Activities (notebook), 1976-1978 67:3
Surface Force, Hydrostatic Pressure Stress Tensor & Navier-Stokes equation, undated 67:4
SX (Straight Xerox) file, 1982 67:5
Syllabus Collection on Arms Control & Nuclear Issues P150, 1988 67:6
Symmetry & All That, 1993 67:7
The Symmetry and Geometry of Double Radio Sources,1975 67:8
Table of Nuclear Properties (lightest Nuclei), 1981, undated 67:9
Talk on X-Ray Sky, 1976 67:10
Taylor & Reiseman, 1979 67:11
Edwin Taylor and David Reiseman, "What to Ask of a College," 1979 67:12
"TBS" Gened Comm, 1994-1995, undated 67:13
Terrestrial Atmosphere & Gravitation, 1983 67:14
Tethers & Catenaries (GMU April '02), 2002 68:1
Text Notes, 1975 68:2
Theory of Ion Source, 1977 68:3
Thermodynamic Properties (Schroeder), 1982-1983 68:4
"Tide Spring Revisited," 1988 68:5
Time's Arrow in Physics, 1977 68:6
Tobacco Research, 2007 68:7
Transparencies, undated 68:8
Traveling Sound Waves in a Uniform Fluid: Summary, 1983 68:9
George Trigg. "Crucial Experiments in Modern Physics," 1971 68:10
Unger, et. al., "Monolithic Microgabricated Valves and Pumps by Multilayer Soft Lithography," 2000 68:11
Unnamed Binder, 2000-2001, undated 68:12
URLs, 1999-2003 68:13
Using History of Physics in Physics teaching, 1994 68:14
UMSC overheads, 1994-1996 69:1
V/VM Tests, 1974 69:2
Video Resource Guide, undated 69:3
Virginia Journal of Science, 1977 69:4
Wadsworth Correspondence & forms, 1982-1984 69:5
War of 1812 Project, 2012 69:6
Weighted Dice Data, 1994 69:7
Weisskopf's "The Significance of Science" from Physics in the Twentieth Century, 1972 69:8
What to Ask of a College, 1979 69:9
White dwarf data/talk, 1975-1976 69:10
White dwarfs- Ingham, Brecher, & Wasserman, 1976 69:11
White dwarfs: visuals, 1976 69:12
John Wiley File, 1988-2004 69:13
Women and minorities in math, 1991 69:14
Word & Concept Lists, 1976-1978 69:15
Working Folder, 1980-1983 69:16
Working Paper on Symmetry Parameters of Double Radio Sources, 1975 70:1
World of Mathematics notes, undated 70:2
Writing File, 1983 70:3
X-Ray Astronomy, 1976 70:4
Zirin, Ingham, Hudson, and McKenzie, Solar Physics, 1969 70:5

 

Series 4: JMU Departmental and JMU Materials, 1976-2012

Arranged in three subseries: 4.1. JMU Materials is arranged alphabetically, 4.2. Physics Department Materials is arranged alphabetically, and 4.3. Canadian Faculty Residency is arranged alphabetically.

This series contains information pertaining Dr. Ingham’s role in the JMU community and the physics department specifically. Dr. Ingham’s time spent as a faculty-in-residence at Acadia University in Nova Scotia, Canada is also well-documented. The JMU materials include papers from JMU sponsored events and Dr. Ingham’s role in JMU task forces and committees. For example, Dr. Ingham played a pivotal role in editing the faculty handbook as a member of the Faculty Handbook Task Force; related materials are included. Also included in this series are annual departmental evaluations, Dr. Ingham’s personal faculty evaluations and performance reviews, and information pertaining to Ingham’s tenure application. Of particular interest are the materials (including photographs) related to Physics Teaching Resource Agents (PTRA) – a summer institute at JMU to train rural high school physics teachers. Documents related to visiting scholars, lecturers, including Isaac Asimov who spoke at the 1979 Arts and Sciences Symposium, and various grant proposals are contained within this series. Dr. Ingham was awarded a major grant funded by the Appalachia Education Laboratory entitled “Interdisciplinary Science: Transforming Educational Experiences” (ISTEE) “to develop a college-level interdisciplinary physical science course that will satisfy JMU’s general-education requirements and will be particularly appropriate for prospective middle school teachers.” This series is organized into three subseries – 4.1 JMU Materials, 4.2 Physics Department Materials, and 4.3 Canadian Faculty Residency.

Series 4.1: JMU Materials  
Folder Title Box : Folder
Academic Affairs, 1990-1991
70:6
Academic Program Reviews, 1998 70:7
Academic Initiatives Five-Year Plan, 1985-1989 70:8
Blackboard 6.3 Updated, undated 70:9
Campus Flyers and Advising Materials, 1983-1998 70:10
Centennial Strategic Plan, 2005 70:11
CFI Materials, 2003-2008 70:12
CIT Seminar: Technological Solutions to Teaching and Learning Challenges in the Classroom, 2006 70:13
College of Letters and Sciences Materials, 1989-1992 70:14
Commencement Program, 1998 70:15
Commencement Program, 2009 70:16
Correspondence, JMU Presidential Search, 1998 70:17
Faculty Handbook Taskforce, 1999-2001 70:18
Faculty Handbook, 2001 71:1
Faculty Meetings, 1993-1994 71:2
Faculty Workshop Series, 2009 71:3
"Funding News and Notes," 2000 71:4
Google Earth Sandbox, 2010 71:5
Google Earth Sandbox-Madison, 2011 71:6
Honors Program Awards Ceremony, 2002 71:7
Honors Program Brown Bag Lecture Series, 1997 71:8
Interdisciplinary Science Major, 1989-1990 71:9
Interdisciplinary Science Project, 1993-1994 71:10
JMUniverse, 1998 71:11
JMU/CSM Commencement Address, 2010 71:12
JMU Emeriti Association Newsletters, 2011-2012 71:13
JMU Recycling, undated 71:14
Information Literacy for Teaching and Learning: A Workshop for Faculty and Librarians, 2006 71:15
Information Literacy for Teaching and Learning: A Workshop for Faculty and Librarians, 2008 71:16
JMU/NEH Faculty Development Workshop for Teachers of the Freshman Seminar, 1990 71:17
JMU/NEH Faculty Workshop, 1989 71:18
Joint Meeting of the Faculty and Staff: The Centennial Year, 2007 71:19
"Living in Exile" Conference, 2002 72:1
Madison Magazine and Commencement Program, 2009-2010 72:2
Montpelier Magazine, 1998 72:3
Montpelier Magazine, 2001 72:4
On-Campus Correspondence, 1976-1985 72:5
Report of Committee on Programs for Outstanding Students, 1986 72:6
Linwood Rose/ Jonathan Alger Transition, 2011-2012 72:7
SCHEV/Madison Conference, 1992 72:8
Undergraduate Research Symposium, 2007 72:9
University Organizational Chart, 1998 72:10
Workshops, 2006-2008 72:11

 

Series 4.2: Physics Department Materials  
Folder Title Box : Folder
AAAS/Kistiakowsky Visiting Scholar Program/Edward Warner, 1987
72:12
AAAS/VQUEST Correspondence, 1993 72:13
AAPT/PTRA Applications, 2002-2005 (Folder 1 of 2) 73:1
AAPT/PTRA Applications, 2002-2005 (Folder 2 of 2) 73:2
Action needed file, 1998 73:3
Activities & Accomplishments, 1977-1989 73:4
Activities & Accomplishments, 1993-1998 73:5
Activities & Accomplishments, 1999-2003 73:6
Activities & Accomplishments, 2003-2004 73:7
Activities & Accomplishments, 2004-2006 73:8
Activities & Accomplishments, 2006-2007 73:9
Activities & Accomplishments, 2008 73:10
Activities & Accomplishments, 2008-2009 73:11
Advising Notes, 1987-1994 73:12
AEL Financial Records, 1993-1995 74:1
AEL Grant Proposal for ISTEE, Early Drafts, 1993 74:2
AEL Grant Proposal for ISTEE, 1993 74:3
AEL Grant Proposal for ISTEE, 1993 74:4
AEL Notes/Backfile, 1994-1995 74:5
Alumni Records, 1990-2007 74:6
"An Appreciation of Hans Bethe," Physics Seminar, 2005 74:7
Annual Faculty Evaluations, 1977-1994 74:8
AP Summer Institutes, 2008-2009 74:9
Arts & Sciences Symposium, 1979 74:10
Beowulf, 1998-1999 74:11
Blank Calendars and Schedules, undated 74:12
Blank Month Charts, undated 75:1
The Breeze, Vol. 73, No. 6, 1995 75:2
The Breeze, Vol. 76, No. 18, 1998 75:3
Budget: Working Notes, 1993-1996 75:4
Calendar Sheets, 2006-2007 75:5
Calendar Sheets, 2008-2009 75:6
Calendars, 2007-2008 75:7
Calendars & Flyer, 1999-2003 75:8
CG APP/PTRA, 2002-2003 75:9
CG APP/PTRA Stuff, 2003-2005 75:10
College of Science and Mathematics Honors, 1996 75:11
College of Science & Math Educational Leave Proposal, 2004 75:12
College of Science & Mathematics Honors Night, 2010 75:13
Comet Halley Talks, 1985-1986 75:14
Computational Sciences Project Overview, 1998 75:15
Computational Sciences Proposal, 1997-1998 75:16
Computer Notes, 1999-2000 76:1
Computer Purchase, 1993-1995 76:2
Course Evaluations, 1981-1989 76:3
Course Evaluations, 1982 76:4
Current Workfile, 1999 76:5
Daily Calendar/Planner, 1990 76:6
Department Head Evaluations, 2001 76:7
Dingledine Scholarship, 2006 76:8
Distinguished Teacher Award, 2002 76:9
Diversified Studies in Physics Proposal, 1995-2000 76:10
Educational Leave, Dan Larson Correspondence, 1995-1996 76:11
Elementary Education Summer Workshop, 1986 76:12
Energy Sources Seminar, 1983 76:13
Evaluations of Others, 1977-1993 76:14
Elementary School Presentation, 1978 76:15
Feynman Lectures 1986, 1981-1986 76:16
Bob Gordon 50-Year Reception, 2009-2010 76:17
Jim Gumnick Visit: ORAU/ORNL, 1987-1989 76:18
Facilities Access Request, 2007 76:19
Faculty Activity Records, 1976-1988 77:1
Faculty Summer Research Grant, 1977-1978 77:2
Faculty Summer Research Grant, 1985 77:3
Faculty Summer Research Grant, 1985-1986 77:4
Faculty Summer Research Grant, 1992-1993 77:5
Freshman Seminar Curriculum Guides, 1992 77:6
Freshman Seminar Lecture: Philip Morrison, 1988-1991 77:7
Future of PTRA, 2005 77:8
Hangin' with Isaac and Henri, 2008, undated 77:9
HIST 339: The Life and Times of James Madison; Inventing America Symposium, 2006-2007 77:10
Honors 300, "Life Beyond Earth" Brown Bag Lunch Talk, 1997 77:11
Individual Development Plans, 1995-1998 77:12
ISTEE: The Behavior of Pendulums (Wed 7/13. 2:45-4pm), 1994 77:13
ISTEE: Correspondence, 1993-1994 77:14
ISTEE Course Content, 1994 77:15
ISTEE Evaluations, 1993-1994 77:16
ISTEE, Handouts for Workshop, 1994 77:17
ISTEE: Heat, Work, & All That (Thurs 7/21, 9-10:15PM), 1994 77:18
ISTEE July Workshop, 1994 77:19
ISTEE, Materials Submitted by teachers, 1993-1994 78:1
ISTEE: Physics, Chemistry & the Summer Sky (Thurs 7/14, 10:30-12 noon), 1994 78:2
ISTEE Purchasing File, 1994-1995 78:3
ISTEE Report, 1994 78:4
ISTEE Teacher-Consultant Journals, 1994 78:5
ISTEE: Teachers, 1993-1994 78:6
ISTEE Teacher-Consultants Meeting, 1994 78:7
ISTEE: Vibrations & Waves 9Thurs 7/14, 1:00-2:30pm), 1994 78:8
William Lanouette Visit, 1996 78:9
James J. Leary & William Ingham, An Intuitive Derivation, undated 78:10
Lifelong Learning Institute: Einstein, 2006 78:11
Lifelong Learning Institute, "Einstein Lived Here," 2006-2011 78:12
Cheryl Linhart-Correspondence, 1988-1989 78:13
Math/Science Education, 1987-1989 78:14
Greg Meeks Lecture, 2001 78:15
Lynn Miller, 2001 78:16
Miscellaneous Correspondence, 2008 78:17
Miscellaneous Physics Department Material, 1997-1995 79:1
Miscellaneous Physics Department Material, 1992-2006 79:2
Miscellaneous Physics Department Material, 2005-2011 79:3
Phil & Phyllis Morrison, 1978-1992 79:4
Philip Morrison Biography, 1987-2005 79:5
Phillip Morrison Visit, 1978-1989 79:6
"Music in Context," 1984-1985 79:7
Newsprint items, 1976-1990 79:8
Notes for Workshop, 1993-1994 79:9
On-Campus Correspondence, 1978-1989 79:10
On-Campus Correspondence, 1988-2010 80:1
PAC Work, 2009 80:2
Personal Correspondence, 2000-2010 80:3
Physics Alumni Lecture, Keith Brill, 2006 80:4
Physics Department, 2000-2001 80:5
Physics Department, 2005-2008 80:6
Physics Department Academic Program Review, 2008 80:7
Physics Department Address Book, 2008 80:8
Physics Department Annual Report, 1985-1988 80:9
Physics Department Class Schedule, Miscellaneous Correspondence, 1982-2004 80:10
Physics Department Development and Annual Report, 1996-2003 80:11
Physics Department General Materials, 1983 80:12
Physics Department Meeting Minutes, 2009 80:13
Physics Department PAC Evaluations, 1997-2007 80:14
Physics Department Retreat, 1995-1998 80:15
Physics Department Retreat, 2008 80:16
Physics Department Strategic Plan, 1997-1998 80:17
Physics Film Series, 1986 80:18
Physics Information Literacy, 2010 80:19
Physics is Fun, 1979-1984 80:20
Physics Textbooks, 1990-2007 80:21
Plagiarism Resource Site, 2005 80:22
Professional Goals, 1976-1992 80:23
Promotion & Tenure, 1981 81:1
Promotion & Tenure, Attachment 1, 1981 81:2
Promotion & Tenure, Attachment 2,3,6,7, 1981 81:3
Promotion & Tenure, 1989 81:4
PTRA, 2003-2005 81:5
PTRA, 2005 81:6
PTRA Binder, 2003-2005 81:7
PTRA Fall Workshop, 2002-2003 81:8
PTRA Fall Workshop, 2003-2004 81:9
PTRA Letters, 2003 81:10
PTRA Letters, 2004-2005 81:11
PTRA, Physics 501, 2002-2003 82:1
PTRA Summer Institute, 2002 82:2
PTRA Summer Institute, 2003 82:3
PTRA Summer Institute, 2004 82:4
PTRA Photos, 2004 82:5
Public Understanding of Science Program, 1978 82:6
Purchase Possibilities (Demo), 1994 82:7
Deborah Roudebush, 2002-2003 82:8
Schedules (Teaching), 1993-2004 82:9
Science Education Materials, 1993-1994, undated 82:10
Science Fair Talk, 1983-1986 82:11
Scoville Visiting Lectureship Program, 1987-1989 82:12
Sigma Xi Certificate, 1993 83:1
Skyline Correspondence, etc., 1985-1989 83:2
Skyline Scripts, 1985-1987 83:3
Skyline Scripts, 1988-1990 83:4
Jon Staib Celebration, 2007 83:5
Student Advising, 1993-1995 83:6
Student Roast, 1995 83:7
Summer Institute in Astronomy and Geology for Science Teachers, 1989 83:8
Summer Study, 1996-1998 83:9
Supplementary Grant for Faculty Research, 1979-1981 83:10
Jerry Taylor Retirement, 2004 83:11
Teaching Award, 1999-2001 83:12
"Thinkings a Fundamental Ability," Notes for Executive Seminar, 1980 83:13
UMSC 100: Academic Aspects, 1994 83:14
UMSC 102 A & B: Academics & Sequencing, 1994 83:15
UMSC Committee, 1993-1994 84:1
UMSC Testing Assessment, 1994 84:2
United Campuses to Prevent Nuclear War (UCAM) presentation, 1987-1988 84:3
Y-Quest Proposal, 1993 84:4
Virginia Highschool Physics Teachers Meeting, 1986-1989 84:5
Washington & Lee job opening, 2003 84:6
Visiting Scholars Program, 1996-1999 84:7
Visiting Scholars Program: Thomas Eisner, 1987-1988 84:8
Visiting Scholars Program: Norman Herz & Francisco Ayala, 1993-1994 84:9
Visiting Scholars Program: Claire Parkinson, 2002-2005 84:10
Visiting Scholar Nomination, Claire Parkinson, 2003 84:11
Steven Whisnant Recommendation, 2005-2008 85:1
Weekly & Daily Schedules Meeting Minutes and Notes (Folder 1 of 3), 1988-1991, undated 85:2
Weekly & Daily Schedules Meeting Minutes and Notes (Folder 2 of 3), 1988-1991, undated 85:3
Weekly & Daily Schedules Meeting Minutes and Notes (Folder 3 of 3), 1988-1991, undated 85:4
Weekly & Monthly Schedules, 2000-2011 85:5
Weekly Calendars and Miscellaneous Articles, 1970-2006 85:6
Yearly Calendars, 2008-2011 85:7

 

Series 4.3: Canadian Faculty Residency  
Folder Title Box : Folder
Acadia Institute for Teaching and Technology (AITT), Physics at Acadia, 2001-2004
86:1
Acadia University Certificates, Microsoft Office, 2004 86:2
Acadia University general materials, 2003-2004 86:3
Acadia University Journals, 2004 86:4
Acadia University Prep, 2004 86:5
Acadia University Published Materials, 2002-2004 86:6
Assorted Canadian Newspapers, 2004 86:7
Business Cards & Contacts, Various media, 2002-2004 86:8
Canadian Maps, Brochures, & travel guides, 2004 86:9
Correspondence, Canada Faculty Residency, 2004 86:10
Dalhousie University 2004/2005 Calendar, 2004 87:1
Dalhousie University Site Visit, 2003-2004 87:2
Faculty in residence handwritten notes, calendars, 2004 87:3
Fulbright Scholar Program Application, 2002-2003 87:4
Bryan Latta Correspondence, Acadia University Visit, 2003 87:5
Maritime Universities site visits, 2002-2004 87:6
Physics 4513, Acadia University, 2004 87:7
Phys 4513 x1, Special Topics in Physics: Astrophysics, Acadia University, 2004 87:8
Physics and Beyond: A Semester in the Canadian Maritimes, 2004 87:9
Physics Departments in Canada, 2003-2005 88:1
Physics in Canada, 2000-2001 88:2
Return trip from Canada to US, Receipt & correspondence, 2004 88:3
St. Francis Xavier University Site Visit, 2004 88:4
St. Mary's University Material & notes, 2002-2004 88:5
St. Mary's University Published Materials, 2003-2005 88:6
St. Mary's University site visit, 2004 88:7
Summary Presentation of Canada faculty residency, 2004-2005 88:8
University of New Brunswick site visit, 2004 88:9
University of Prince Edward Island, Physics Department Assessment, 2001 88:10

 

Series 5: Professional Development and Activities, 1958-2011

Arranged alphabetically by organization (where applicable) and then chronologically.

This series consists of materials related to Dr. Ingham’s involvement in professional organizations other than JMU or the physics department. This includes scholarly conferences and workshops that he attended, lectures presented, certifications from non-JMU affiliated organizations, and copies of his résumé. Organizations represented include the American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT), the Chesapeake Section of the American Association of Physics Teachers (CSAAPT), the Virginia Academy of Science.

Folder Title Box : Folder
AAPT Meeting, 1982
88:11
AAPT Summer Meeting, 1994 88:12
AAPT Committee on the History and Philosophy of Physics, 1999-2000 88:13
AAPT Committee on the History and Philosophy of Physics, 2000-2001 89:1
AAPT Area Chairs Handbook, 2001 89:2
AAPT Summer Meeting, 2001 89:3
AAPT Summer Meeting, 2001 89:4
AAPT Summer Meeting, 2001 89:5
AAPT Summer Meeting, Introduction of Joe Eberly, 2001 89:6
AAPT Summer Meeting, Tony French Introduction of Emil Wolf, 2001 89:7
AAPT Summer Meeting, 2002 89:8
AAPT/APA Topical Conference of Departmental Chairs, 1988 89:9
AEL Conference, 1994-1995 89:10
AIP/CHP Newsletter, 1986-1991 89:11
AP Annual Conference, 2008 89:12
Archipelago Course Development, 1998 89:13
Business cards and notes, 1994-1995 90:1
Caltech News, 1997-2005 90:2
Chautaugua, "How Life Began," 1979-1980 90:3
Chautaugua, "How Life Began," 1998 90:4
Chautaugua, University of Kentucky, 1999 90:5
Chautaugua, 2005 90:6
College Board/AP Physics Redesign, 1958 90:7
College Board/AP Course Descriptions Physics B and Physics C, 1997-2001 90:8
College Board/AP Course Descriptions Physics B and Physics C Released Exams, 1998 90:9
College Board/AP Report to the Nation, 2006 90:10
College Board/AP Annual Conference, 2007 90:11
CS AAPT Meeting Materials, 1995-2001 90:12
CS AAPT Nominating Committee, 1997-2002 90:13
CS AAPT Springs Paper, 1997-2000 90:14
CS AAPT Fall Meeting, 1998 91:1
CS AAPT Correspondence Miscellaneous Meeting Materials, 1998-2002 91:2
CS AAPT Spring Meeting, "Dopple Curves for Cruising Airplanes," 1999 91:3
CS AAPT Fall Meeting, 1999 91:4
CS AAPT Spring Meeting, 2000 91:5
CS AAPT Fall Meeting, 2000 91:6
CS AAPT Spring Meeting, 2001 91:7
CS AAPT Fall Meeting, Foucault Pendulum, 2001 91:8
CS AAPT Fall Meeting, 2002 91:9
CS AAPT Fall Meeting, 2003 91:10
CS AAPT Spring Meeting, "Science and Technology in James Madison's World," 2004 91:11
CS AAPT Fall Meeting, 2008 91:12
CSUMS Application, 2006 91:13
Digital Photography & Video All-Day Workshop, 2011 91:14
DSMC Conference, 2005 92:1
Eisenhower Regional Math/Science Consortium, 1994-1995 92:2
Journal of Chemical Education submission "E=MC2: An Intuitive Derivation," 2007 92:3
Miscellaneous professional activities materials, 1988-2008 92:4
MIT Alumni, 2003-2007 92:5
National Academy of Sciences/National Research Council Presentation, 1999-2000 92:6
NCUR Conference, 1996 92:7
NSF Chautaugua Program, 1999 92:8
NSF S-STEM, 2008 92:9
NSRC Conference, 1993-1994 92:10
Nuclear Security Workshops, 1986-1988 92:11
Nuclear War Education Conference, George Mason University, 1986 92:12
PKAL Summer Institute, 2002 92:13
Professional Development Possibilities, 1996-1999 92:14
Project SCIENCE, Dabney S. Lancaster Community College, 1992-1994 92:15
PhysTEC, 2005 92:16
PhysTEC and PTRA, 2001 93:1
Résumés, 1982-1992 93:2
Résumés, 1994-2003 93:3
Sigma Xi Annual Meeting and International Forum, 1991 93:4
Sigma Xi Annual Meeting, 1993 93:5
Sigma Xi Full Membership, 1987-1990 93:6
Special Relativity, 1992 93:7
SPIN-UP, 2001-2002 93:8
SPIN-UP SUNY Geneseo Site Visit, 2001-2002 93:9
Towson Physics Department Review, 2002-2003 93:10
Travel, 1977-1982 93:11
United States Association for Young Physicists Tournaments, 2008-2009 93:12
University of Maryland Physics Education Articles, 1994-2000 93:13
Using Confer on the Rocky Mountain Exchange, 1993 93:14
Virginia Academy of Science, 1977-1995 93:15
Virginia Academy of Science, 1986 93:16
Virginia Academy of Science Talk, 1978 94:1
Virginia Task Force on Physics, 1995-1996 94:2

 

Series 6: Physics Miscellaneous, 1970-2005

Arranged alphabetically.

This series contains material related to Dr. Ingham and physics, but does not necessarily fit within any of the other series. Included in this series are quotes, and comics, and personal correspondence.

Folder Title Box : Folder
Apt Quotes (Patterson), undated
94:3
Artwork, 1988-1992 94:4
B:quote 1.doc, undated 94:5
B:quote 2.doc, undated 94:6
B:quote 3.doc, 1982 94:7
B:quote 4.doc, 1981 94:8
B:quote 5.doc, 1982 94:9
B:quote 6.doc, undated 94:10
B:quote 7.doc, undated 94:11
David Carter Essay, 1990 94:12
Clippings, 1977-1986 94:13
Comics & stories, 1974-1976 94:14
Correspondence, 1991-1995 94:15
Correspondence, 2002-2005 94:16
East Stroudsburg State & Madison Correspondence, 1971-1993 94:17
"I Understand the Physics, but I Just Can't Do The Problems," undated 94:18
Levity, 2005 94:19
Philip Morrison Correspondence, 2003 94:20
Philip Morrison Memorial, 2004-2005 94:21
Music: Articles & Photos, 1977-1985 94:22
MUSIC: Record Inventory & Want List, 1980-1983 94:23
Off-Campus Correspondence, 1970-1989 94:24
Office of the Governor News Release, 1998 94:25
Poetry and the Sky, undated 94:26
Quotation Index, undated 95:1
Quotes, 1984-1998 95:2
Quotes, undated 95:3
Quotes, Parables, & Rallying Cries, 1992-1997 95:4
Quotes to be entered, undated 95:5
Robert Road Correspondence, 1996-1997 95:6
Scraps & Ideas, 1989-1997 95:7
Vardaman Smith Correspondence, 2002 95:8
Song Lyrics, 2009-2010 95:9
Song Lyrics, undated 95:10
Whimsey, 1992 95:11
XQ File, 1992 95:12

 

Series 7: Media, 1992-2012

No particular arrangement.

This last series contains various types of media including one 3.5” floppy disk, four compact discs, one audio cassette, and one USB flash drive (returned to donor). All media types are in the process of being digitized as of June 2016. Access to content will be made available once digitization is complete, barring any copyright or other use restrictions.

Contents List Box : Folder
Various media (in-process)
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