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Council On Teaching and Learning

MemberPositionTerm BeginsTerm Ends Comments
Dr. Suzanne I DoreeChair2/01/20171/31/2021
Michael E BoardmanMember2/01/20171/31/2020Ex Officio, CUPM
Prof. David C CarothersMember2/01/20181/31/2021Ex-officio, Chair COMET
Dr. Edray Herber Goins PhDMember9/18/20171/31/2020Ex Officio, Chair of Committee on Graduate Students
Keith E HubbardMember2/01/20171/31/2020Ex Officio, Articulation and Placement
Gulden KarakokMember9/18/20171/31/2020Ex Officio, Chair of Committee on Assessment
Jennifer Firkins NordstromMember2/01/20181/31/2021Ex officio, Chair CRAFTY
Prof. Christopher D OehrleinMember2/01/20181/31/2021Ex-officio, Chair Two-Year Colleges
Mary R ParkerMember2/01/20181/31/2021Ex officio, Chair MAD
Dr. Pamela Anne RichardsonMember2/01/20181/31/2021Ex officio, Chair CUSAC
Carolyn YackelMember2/01/20181/31/2021Ex officio, Chair CTUM
Committee Charge
8/22/2017The charge to all councils is given in the MAA bylaws, Article VII.3.
The Board of Directors appoints the chair for a four-year term.
ASA-MAA Joint Committee on Statistics Education
MemberPositionTerm BeginsTerm Ends Comments
Prof Roger D WoodardChair1/01/201712/31/2018ASA Representative
Dr. Rachel BatesMember1/01/20171/31/2020MAA Representative
Andrew Paul BrayMember2/01/201712/31/2019ASA Representative
Dr. Judith E CannerMember1/01/20181/31/2021MAA Representative
Dr. Carolyn K CuffMember1/01/20181/31/2021MAA Representative
Marian FrazierMember1/01/20181/31/2020ASA Representative
Dr. Danny KaplanMember1/01/20161/31/2019MAA Representative
Patti Frazer LockMember2/01/201712/31/2018ASA Representative
Christopher J MaloneMember1/01/201812/31/2020ASA Representative
Kristen MazurMember1/01/20181/31/2021MAA Representative
Dr. Kari Lock MorganMember2/01/201612/31/2018ASA Representative
Michael A PosnerMember2/01/201512/31/2018MAA Representative
Dr. Eric ReyesMember1/01/20161/31/2019MAA Representative
Committee Charge
1/28/2011To stimulate effective change in undergraduate statistical education, particularly in the majority of institutions where the department of mathematics bears the primary responsibility for the teaching of statistics.

The Committee should examine and make recommendations concerning:

  • individual course offerings;
  • teaching practices;
  • faculty qualifications;
  • course sequences in support of various options;
  • use of computers in undergraduate statistics courses;
  • connections with other departments that use or teach statistics;
  • statistics requirements for undergraduate majors;
  • statistical education of elementary and secondary teachers and;
  • impact on undergraduate curricula of improvement in pre-college statistical education.

    In order to undertake this broad agenda, the Committee should consider a variety of activities, including studies to gather relevant information, panels, or speakers at professional meetings, articles in professional newsletters or periodicals; campus visits; identification of exemplary programs and materials; development of a comprehensive report with specific recommendations.

    The Committee is urged to seek foundation support for its work, with assistance from the MAA central office.

    Composition: The Committee is composed of 12 members, six to be appointed by the ASA and six to be appointed by the Mathematical Association of America (MAA). Two members will be appointed/reappointed by each organization each year for three year terms. The Chair is a member of the Committee and serves for two years. The Chair is alternately appointed by the ASA and MAA.
  • College Board-MAA Joint Committee on Mutual Concerns
    MemberPositionTerm BeginsTerm Ends Comments
    David M BressoudCo-Chair2/01/20161/31/20192nd Term as Co-Chair
    Brandan MurphyCo-Chair2/01/20161/31/2019College Board Representative
    John AsplundMember1/01/20171/31/2020
    Gail F BurrillMember1/01/20181/31/2021
    Stephen M KokoskaMember1/01/20181/31/2021
    Mr. Bill TrappMember10/27/2017Ex Officio, Senior Director of Mathematics, College Board Representative
    Committee Charge
    1/28/2011To provide the opportunity for the exchange of information and open discussion of concerns on issues of mutual interest to the College Board and the MAA.
    Committee on Articulation and Placement
    MemberPositionTerm BeginsTerm Ends Comments
    Keith E HubbardChair2/01/20171/31/20202nd Term, 1st as Chair
    Eddie FullerMember1/01/20171/31/2020
    James A HamMember9/15/201712/31/2020Ex Officio, AMATYC President Elect
    Lewis R HirschMember2/01/20171/31/20202nd Term
    Jon JohnsonMember1/01/20171/31/2020
    Ms Frances B LichtmanMember1/01/20161/31/2019
    Kathryn LinehanMember1/01/20181/31/2021
    Catherine LouchartMember2/01/20171/31/2020
    Jeremy MartinMember1/01/20181/31/2021
    Committee Charge
    1/01/2011To lead initiatives, take on projects, and plan activities to address the broader issue of articulation -- high school to college, two-year to four-year -- and placement issues facing many in the collegiate community.

    Committee Composition:
    The current AMATYC President serves as a representative to the committee. (Term is same as presidential term ending 12/31)
    Committee on Assessment
    MemberPositionTerm BeginsTerm Ends Comments
    Gulden KarakokChair2/01/20171/31/20202nd Term, 1st as Chair
    Dr Regina D AragonMember1/01/20171/31/2020
    Dr. Juliana BeldingMember1/01/20181/31/2021
    Dr. Mariah BirgenMember1/01/20171/31/2020
    John CarterMember2/01/20161/31/20192nd Term
    Beste GuclerMember1/01/20161/31/2019
    Dr. James HamblinMember2/01/20171/31/20202nd Term
    Dr. Jessica OShaughnessyMember1/01/20181/31/2021
    Dr. Jana TalleyMember1/01/20181/31/2021
    Dr. Michael TallmanMember9/18/20171/31/2020
    Committee Charge
    1/05/2008To gather information on appropriate assessment methods in university mathematics of all types, including programmatic assessment (major, service courses, general education/quantitative literacy, developmental, overall program, etc.), formative and summative in-class assessment, and assessment of teaching effectiveness; and disseminating this information to the mathematical community as well as encouraging departments to become aware of, and engage in, effective assessment.

    This committee was created on 1/05/2008.
    Committee on Technologies in Mathematics Education (CTME)
    MemberPositionTerm BeginsTerm Ends Comments
    Barbara Haas MargoliusChair2/01/20161/31/2019
    Benjamin E AtchisonMember1/01/20181/31/2019
    Dr Karl-Dieter S CrismanMember2/01/20171/31/20202nd Term
    Dr. Manmohan KaurMember1/01/20161/31/2019
    Charlotte A Knotts-ZidesMember1/01/20161/31/2019
    Kristin Kathleen LassondeMember1/01/20171/31/2020
    Hieu NguyenMember1/01/20161/31/2019
    Dr. R Jason ParsleyMember1/01/20171/31/2020
    James Quinlan PhDMember1/01/20181/31/2021
    Prof. Karl R.B. SchmittMember2/01/20181/31/20212nd Term
    Committee Charge
    1/08/2015To provide leadership to keep the MAA abreast of innovative and/or effective ways in which evolving technologies affect undergraduate mathematics education now and in the future.
    Committee on the Mathematical Education of Teachers (COMET)
    MemberPositionTerm BeginsTerm Ends Comments
    Prof. David C CarothersChair2/01/20181/31/20212nd Term; 1st Term as Chair
    Prof. William Henry BarkerMember2/01/20181/31/20212nd Term
    Wesley C CalvertMember1/01/20171/31/2020
    Bonnie GoldMember2/01/20171/31/20202nd Term
    Dr. Robert Matthew KleinMember2/01/20181/31/20212nd Term
    Yvonne LaiMember1/01/20161/31/2019
    Ryota MatsuuraMember1/01/20171/31/20202nd Term
    Dr. Karen D MorganMember2/01/20171/31/20202nd Term
    Dr. April StromMember1/01/20181/31/2021
    Dr. Hiroko Kawaguchi WarshauerMember1/01/20181/31/2021
    Committee Charge
    8/01/2012To lead initiatives, advance policy, monitor projects, and plan activities that support those who are responsible for the mathematical education of teachers. Through this work COMET is charged with informing and advising the MAA leadership and the MAA membership on matters that relate to the mathematical education of teachers.

    The mathematical education of teachers includes pre-professional preparation and professional development in mathematics and in the teaching of mathematics, K - 12. Accordingly, COMET encourages timely renewal efforts of mathematics courses and programs designed for prospective K- 12 teachers. COMET also promotes thoughtful participation of MAA members in schools and in professional development programs that enhance the mathematical understanding of in-service K- 12 teachers.
    Committee on the Teaching of Undergraduate Mathematics (CTUM)
    MemberPositionTerm BeginsTerm Ends Comments
    Carolyn YackelChair2/01/20181/31/20212nd Term, 1st as Chair
    Bruce W AtkinsonMember2/01/20161/31/20192nd Term
    Dr. Mindy CapaldiMember2/01/20181/31/20212nd Term
    Thomas L FitzkeeMember1/01/20171/31/2020
    Clare T HemenwayMember1/01/20181/31/2021
    Brigitte LahmeMember2/01/20171/31/20202nd Term
    Dr. Krystina K LeganzaMember2/01/20161/31/20192nd Term
    Gary MacGillivrayMember1/01/20171/31/2020
    Julie Meer Phelps PhDMember1/01/20181/31/2021
    Dr. Laura Jean SchmidtMember2/01/20171/31/20202nd Term
    Mary D ShepherdMember2/01/20171/31/20202nd Term
    Committee Charge
    8/31/2011To stimulate effective teaching, learning, and assessment in undergraduate education in the mathematical sciences. The work of the committee is focused on pedagogy, including instructional techniques and methods, assessment of student work, and classroom resources. CTUM also coordinates activities when appropriate with other MAA committees such as the Committee on the undergraduate Program in Mathematics (CUPM), the Committee on the Mathematical Education of Teachers (COMET), the Committee on Technologies in Mathematics Education (CTME), and the Committee on Articulation and Placement.

    8/31/2011
    Committee on the Undergraduate Program in Mathematics (CUPM)
    MemberPositionTerm BeginsTerm Ends Comments
    Michael E BoardmanChair2/01/20171/31/20203rd Term, first as chair
    Dr. Kathy Andrist PhDMember2/01/20171/31/20202nd Term
    Prof. Michael BealsMember2/01/20171/31/20192nd Term
    Donna L BeersMember1/01/20181/31/2021
    Prof. Curtis D BennettMember1/01/20171/31/2020
    Dr. Eugene C BomanMember1/01/20181/31/2021
    Dr. Helen E BurnMember1/01/20171/31/2020
    Timothy P ChartierMember1/01/20181/31/2021
    Dr. Sarah V CookMember1/01/20181/31/2021
    Jason DoumaMember1/01/20181/31/2021
    Richard Alan GillmanMember9/01/20161/31/2019Ex Officio, Chair of Departmental Review
    Dr. Mary Elizabeth PilgrimMember2/01/20171/31/20192nd Term
    Gary W TowsleyMember2/01/20161/31/20192nd Term
    Committee Charge
    1/28/2011To make recommendations to guide mathematics departments in designing curricula for their undergraduate students. This includes the organization, content, and mutual relations of the entire institutional structure of undergraduate mathematics: programs, general and special curricula, courses and course sequences. The CUPM coordinates the activities of its subcommittees and task forces that have been established to consider specific aspects of the undergraduate mathematics curricula.
    Subcommittee on Curriculum Renewal Across the First Two Year
    MemberPositionTerm BeginsTerm EndsComments
    Jennifer Firkins NordstromChair2/01/20181/31/20212nd Term, 1st as Chair
    Prof. William C BauldryMember1/01/20171/31/20203rd Term as Member, 1st as Chair
    Dr. Steven M DeckelmanMember2/01/20181/31/20212nd Term
    Dr Susan L GanterMember2/01/20181/31/20212nd Term
    Michael D HvidstenMember1/01/20161/31/2019
    Theresa N MartinesMember1/01/20181/31/2021
    Prof. Vilma MesaMember1/01/20171/31/2020
    Mr. Francisco SavinaMember1/01/20181/31/2021
    Committee Charge
    2/01/2013To monitor ongoing developments with the intention of making general recommendations concerning the first two years of collegiate mathematics.
    Subcommittee on Mathematics Across the Disciplines
    MemberPositionTerm BeginsTerm EndsComments
    Mary R ParkerChair2/01/20181/31/2021
    Robert Alexander Mark BoschMember1/01/20181/31/2021
    Sommer Elizabeth GentryMember1/01/20161/31/2019
    Dr. Charles R HadlockMember1/01/20161/31/2019
    Dr. Sarah IamsMember1/01/20181/31/2021
    Dr. Mark M MaxwellMember1/01/20161/31/2019
    Dr. Jimmy MopechaMember1/01/20171/31/2020
    Dr. Darren A NarayanMember1/01/20181/31/2021
    Dr. Anne SinkoMember1/01/20181/31/2021
    Committee Charge
    1/28/2011To lead and promote initiatives concerned with interdisciplinary courses/programs applications of mathematics.
    Subcommittee on Research By Undergraduates
    MemberPositionTerm BeginsTerm EndsComments
    Rebecca GarciaChair2/01/20161/31/20192nd Term, 1st as Chair
    Dr. Alex CapaldiMember1/01/20181/31/2021
    Dr. Pamela HarrisMember1/01/20171/31/2019
    Miriam Harris-BotzumMember1/01/20181/31/2021
    Tyler KloefkornMember1/01/20171/31/2020
    Dr. Timothy LucasMember1/01/20171/31/2020
    Dr. Heather A Moon PhDMember1/01/20161/31/2019
    Dr. Azadeh RafizadehMember1/01/20171/31/2020
    Thomas WakefieldMember1/01/20161/31/2019
    Prof. Aklilu ZelekeMember2/01/20181/31/20212nd Term
    Committee Charge
    3/15/2011To:
    1) stimulate interest in research experiences for undergraduates by planning sessions at meetings, arranging for appropriate publications, and such other means as may be effective;
    2) articulate an appropriate role for undergraduate research in the experience of undergraduate mathematics majors;
    3) communicate to the leadership and members of MAA, AMS, and SIAM suitable information about effective use of research experiences in the mathematical education of undergraduates;
    4) serve as the official liaison between CUPM and the Mathematics Section of the Council of Undergraduate Research.
    Committee on Two-Year Colleges
    MemberPositionTerm BeginsTerm Ends Comments
    Prof. Christopher D OehrleinChair2/01/20181/31/20212nd Term
    James R EbyMember1/01/20181/31/2021
    Dean GoochMember2/01/20171/31/20202nd Term
    James A HamMember2/01/20161/31/2019Ex Officio, President of AMATYC
    Brian HopkinsMember1/01/20146/30/2020Ex Officio, Editor, College Mathematics Journal
    Philip H MahlerMember2/01/20181/31/20212nd Term
    Prof. Teresa A MatsumotoMember2/01/20161/31/20192nd Term
    Dr. Victor PierceyMember1/01/20181/31/2021
    Dr. Jennifer TravisMember1/01/20181/31/2021
    Committee Charge
    9/18/20141) to work with mathematics faculty to serve the needs of two-year college students;

    2) to facilitate communication between two-year college mathematics faculty and the MAA; and

    3) to collaborate with other MAA committees to address issues of teaching and learning mathematics in the first two years of college.
    MAA-NCTM Joint Committee on Mutual Concerns
    MemberPositionTerm BeginsTerm Ends Comments
    Dr. Lee Gregory WindspergerChair3/23/20171/31/2019MAA Representative
    Prof. David C CarothersMember1/01/20181/31/2021Ex Officio, incoming COMET Chair
    Prof. Jane Ries CushmanMember2/01/20181/31/20212nd Term
    Committee Charge
    1/08/2015To provide the opportunity for the exchange of information and open discussion of concerns on issues of mutual interest to the MAA and the NCTM.

    To promote communication between the MAA and NCTM on internal and external activities and programs that are of mutual interest.

    Activities of the committee can include, among other things, developing joint proposals and position statements, commissioning articles in appropriate venues, and sponsoring presentations at meetings of the MAA and NCTM.

    Committee Compostition
    Six-members committee, composed of three representatives of NCTM and three of MAA.

    This committee was established in 2005

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