MAA Represented at "Sustainability Improves Student Learning" Convocation
Ben Galluzzo was among the speakers at a convocation at the National Academy of Sciences in September. The two-day event was the culmination of a national three-year initiative, "Sustainability Improves Student Learning." Read more.
Nominations for Selden Prize Due November 1
Nominations for the Annie and John Selden Prize for Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education are due to Barbara Faires by November 1. Learn more.
Nominations for Dolciani Award Due November 1
Nominations for the Mary P. Dolciani Award, which recognizes a pure or applied mathematician who is making a distinguished contribution to the mathematical education of K-16 students in the United States or Canada, are due to Barbara Faires by November 1.
Applications for Dolciani Visiting Mathematician Position Due November 1
Early Meetings Advance Registration Ends November 4
Nominations for Gung and Hu Award Due
Nominations for the Yueh-Gin Gung and Dr. Charles Y. Hu Award for Distinguished Service to Mathematics, the most prestigious award for service offered by the MAA, are due by Learn more..
MAA Minicourse Proposals Due
All MAA members are invited to consider submitting proposals for MAA Minicourses. Proposals for the Joint Mathematics Meetings 2015 are due by More..
Register for the American Mathematics Competitions
The 2013 AMC 8 will take place on here to create an AMC account to register for the competitions online using our new registration website. Also new this year and included in AMC registration is a K-12 Teacher Membership in the MAA. Learn more about the benefits of being a K-12 Member here.. The 2014 AMC 10/12 A will take place on . The AMC 10/12 B will take place on . Click
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Sustainability SmartBrief Keeps You Informed
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Hodge Blows the Whistle
In a mid-September Math Ed Matters post, Angie Hodge explains how her math class is like a sports team. Read the post.
How Inquiry-Based Learning Affects Performance and Persistence
In the October Launchings, David Bressoud summarizes the results of a carefully controlled study of the effects of inquiry-based learning on persistence in mathematics courses and subsequent math performance. Read more.
Devlin Credits Technology and Teamwork
In the October installment of Devlin's Angle, Keith Devlin explains that he wouldn't have been able to launch two technology ventures in a single month were it not for his collaborators. Read the post.