From the Editors: Changes for the Editorial Board

by Benjamin Braun, Editor-in-Chief, University of Kentucky

To start, I want to thank all of our readers, subscribers, and contributors — we appreciate your feedback and ideas through your writing, social media comments, and in-person conversations at mathematical meetings and events.  Since launching our blog in June of 2014, our articles have received over 189,000 unique page views!  We will continue to strive to provide high-quality articles on a broad range of topics related to post-secondary mathematics, and we welcome your feedback and suggestions.

I have a few changes to announce regarding the editorial board for On Teaching and Learning Mathematics.  Following two years of service as a founding Contributing Editor for our blog, Elise Lockwood is leaving our board to join the editorial board of the new International Journal on Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education (IJRUME).  Many thanks to Elise for her excellent contributions that helped the blog have a great start over the past two years!  I know that we can look forward to hearing more from Elise in the future as a contributing author.

For 2016-2017, I am happy to welcome three new Contributing Editors to the board:

  • Luis David García Puente, Sam Houston State University
  • Jess Ellis, Colorado State University
  • Steven Klee, Seattle University

Luis, Jess, and Steve bring with them a wealth of expertise in teaching, research, and mentoring, and I am excited that they will be sharing their expertise with our readers.

For those of you who are regular readers, we will continue to publish articles roughly every two weeks, with a target goal of publishing 24 articles per year. Our next post is scheduled for August 22, 2016, where we will hear from Viviane Pons about her experience at a math summer school that was “inclusive in the best possible way.” Stay tuned!

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