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Professional Development

Best Practices Statements

The MAA Committee on Faculty and Departments have prepared "Best Practices" statements as a sequence of focused documents that faculty and others interested can share easily with administrators. 

CoMInDS

The College Mathematics Instructor Development Source (CoMInDS) program (NSF DUE 1432381) equips faculty with necessary information and materials to start or enhance their institution's mathematics graduate student professional development program. Learn more about the 2019 Workshop hosted at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Get the Facts Out About High School Teaching

Get the Facts Out (NSF DUE 1821710) aims to change the conversation around STEM teacher recruitment. The U.S. needs more secondary math and science teachers. Research shows that nearly half of STEM majors have an interest in becoming a teacher. The U.S. public has strong perceptions about teaching as a career. Many of these perceptions are not based on fact and are actually misperceptions or myths about the profession. This project provides a toolkit to help you get the facts out

PIC Math

PIC Math (NSF DMS 1722275) prepares mathematical sciences students for industrial careers by engaging them in research problems that come directly from industry. The program aims to increase awareness among math faculty and undergraduates about non-academic career options, provide research experience working on real problems from business, industry, and government, and prepares students for industrial careers.

Project NExT

Project NExT (New Experiences in Teaching) is a professional development program for new or recent Ph.D.s in the mathematical sciences. This program addresses all aspects of an academic career and provides its participants with a network of peers and mentors as they assume these responsibilities.

StatPREP

​StatPREP (NSF DUE 1626337) is a partnership program of the MAA, AMATYC, and ASA focused on the use of data-centered methods and pedagogies in introductory statistics courses. This program works directly with college-level instructors, both online and in community workshops, to develop the understanding and skills needed to work and teach with modern data which will enhance the preparation of students to meet the demands of a data-driven workplace. Learn more about StatPREP summer workshops here.

Tondeur Career Initatives

The Tondeur Career Initiatives are efforts by MAA, AMS and SIAM coordinated by the BIG Math Network. The initiative will create new MAA activities for MathFest, Section Meetings and Departmental Members. Sections will receive support to boost their career activities at section meetings.

VITAL Faculty Pilot Program

The VITAL Faculty Pilot Professional Development program (NSF EHR 1903992) will build on MAA's experience with faculty professional development to build opportunities for a growing group of faculty: visitors, instructors, TAs, adjuncts and lecturers.

Webinars

MAA Webinars are intended to extend our community, and our love and knowledge of mathematics beyond our national and local meetings, website and publications.

National Meetings

Present your work, engage with colleagues, and learn from fantastic speakers and workshops.

Grant Proposal Writing Guide
 

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