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Jack Wilson

Jack Wilson
Jack WilsonPresident Emeritus/Univ. Distinguished Professor of Higher Education, Emerging Technologies, & Innovation
  • CollegeManning School of Business
  • DepartmentMarketing Entrepreneurship and Innovation
  • EmailJack_Wilson@uml.edu

Awards and Honors

  • Boeing Award (2015) - Boeing
  • Hall of Fame (2015) - United States Distance Learning Association
  • Pew Charitable Trust Prize (2015) - Pew Charitable Trust Prize
  • Theodore Hesburgh Award for Leadership Excellence (2015) - TIAA-CREF
  • Frank Mayadas Leadership Award (2013) - Sloan Consortium
  • Fellow (2012) - American Physical Society

Publications

  • Redish, E.F., Wilson, J. () "Student Programming in the Introductory Physics Course: MUPPET Part 2,"
  • Drew Gilpin, F., Wilson, J. (2009) "Keeping Mass. an innovation leader.," Boston Globe (1/1/2006 to present) pp. 1
  • French, A.P., Wilson, J. (2008) "Filling UNESCO’s Place," Physics Today 38:5 pp. 144–144
  • Wilson, J. (2008) "The Pride of Physics," Physics Today 39:9 pp. 120–120
  • Wilson, J. (2007) "Resist Simplistic Measures of Success.," Connection: The Journal of the New England Board of Higher Education 21:4 pp. 25–26
  • Wilson, J. (2002) "More than Digital Content: Long Live Your Course.," Syllabus 15:10 pp. n10
  • Wilson, J. (2001) "eLearning: Is It Over?," On-line] Available: http://www. jackmwilson. com/eLearning/IsItOver. htm
  • Wilson, J. (2001) "The technological revolution: Reflections on the proper role of technology in higher education," In Defence of American Higher Education. The Johns Hopkins University Press, London pp. 202–226
  • Wilson, J., CEO, U. (2000) "eBusiness: The Hope, the Hype, the Power, the Pain,"
  • Wilson, J. (2000) "Re-engineering the Undergraduate Curriculum," CONTRIBUTIONS IN LIBRARIANSHIP AND INFORMATION SCIENCE 95: pp. 272–282
  • Redish, E.F., Wilson, J. (2000) "Student programming in the introductory physics course: MUPPET," ERIC
  • Wilson, J., Jennings, W.C. (2000) "Studio courses: How information technology is changing the way we teach, on campus and off," Proceedings of the IEEE 88:1 pp. 72–80
  • Lister, B.C., Danchak, M.M., Scalzo, K.A., Jennings, W.C., Wilson, J. (1999) "The Rensselaer 80/20 Model for Interactive Distance Learning.,"
  • Wilson, J. (1997) "Distance Learning for Continuing Education.," Educom Review 32:2 pp. 12–16
  • Wilson, J. (1997) "How computing and communications are changing physics education," 399:1 pp. 357–374
  • Wilson, J. (1997) "Studio teaching: When the future becomes the present," UniServe Science News 7:
  • Pipes, R.B., Wilson, J. (1996) "A multimedia model for undergraduate education," Technology in Society 18:3 pp. 387–401
  • Wilson, J. (1996) "Institution-wide reform of undergraduate education in science, mathematics, engineering and technology," 2: pp. 541–544
  • Wilson, J. (1996) "Software: Integration, Collaboration, Standards, Progress," Springer pp. 325–332
  • Wilson, J., Mosher, D.N. (1994) "Interactive Multimedia Distance Learning (IMDL): The Prototype of the Virtual Classroom.," ERIC
  • Redish, E.F., Johnston, I.D., Wilson, J. (1994) "The MUPPET Utilities," American Institute of Physics
  • Wilson, J., Mosher, D.N. (1994) "The Prototype of the Virtual Classroom.," Journal of Instruction Delivery Systems 8:3 pp. 28–33
  • Wilson, J., Redish, E., McDaniel, C. (1992) "Building a Comprehensive Unified Physics Learning Environment," THE Journal (Technological Horizons In Education) 19:8 pp. S5
  • Wilson, J., Redish, E.F. (1992) "The comprehensive unified physics learning environment: part I. Background and system operation," Computers in Physics 6:2 pp. 202–209
  • Wilson, J., Redish, E.F., Donnelly, D., others, . (1992) "The comprehensive unified physics learning environment: part II. The basis for integrated studies," Computers in Physics 6:3 pp. 282–286
  • Redish, E., Wilson, J., McDaniel, C. (1992) "The CUPLE Project: A Hyper-and Multi-Media Approach to Restructuring Physics Education.," ERIC
  • Wilson, J. (1991) "Computer software has begun to change physics education," Computers in Physics 5:6 pp. 580–581
  • Wilson, J. (1989) "More jerks," The Physics Teacher 27:1 pp. 7–7
  • Wilson, J. (1989) "Support for Training Program United States Physics Team for the International Physics Olympiad," DTIC Document
  • Wilson, J., Redish, E.F. (1989) "Using computers in teaching physics," Physics today 42:1 pp. 34–41
  • Wilson, J. (1988) "Changing the introductory Physics Sequence to Prepare the Physics Student of the 1990s,"
  • Wilson, J. (1988) "Microcomputers as learning tools," 173:1 pp. 272–279
  • MacDonald, W.M., Redish, E.F., Wilson, J. (1988) "The MUPPET manifesto," Computers in Physics 2:4 pp. 23–30
  • Wilson, J. (1987) "The AAPT Role in the Solution of Some of the Problems Facing Science Teaching," The Physics Teacher 25:4 pp. 203–204
  • Wilson, J. (1986) "TPT-style football," The Physics Teacher 24:2 pp. 70–70
  • Wilson, J., Ingoldsby, T.C. (1983) "The Crisis in High-School Physics Teaching: Places Where Things Are Right.," Physics Today 36:9 pp. 52
  • Wilson, J. (1980) "Experimental simulation in the modern physics laboratory," American Journal of Physics 48:9 pp. 701–704
  • Wilson, J., Manka, C. (1977) "Physics: with application to police science," The Physics Teacher 15:2 pp. 107–108