A website devoted to the enhancement of the teaching of thermal and statistical physics. Our goal is to promote innovation in all aspects of the teaching of statistical and thermal physics in the undergraduate curriculum, including laboratory experiments, computational projects, student understanding of conceptual issues, ways of incorporating modern developments, issues related to energy in society, and conceptually-based ways of presenting statistical physics and classical thermodynamics.

- Simulations
- Launcher. Updated 12 January 2015
- Source code (zip file)

- Gould and Tobochnik textbook
- Lecture notes by Bill Klein on the Kinetics of Phase Transitions
- Undergraduate and graduate textbooks
- Theme issue of the American Journal of Physics, December 1999
- Gordon Research Conference on Physics Research and Education
- Concept inventory
- Demos that can be used in a thermal physics course
- Talks
- Famous contributors to statistical mechanics and thermodynamics