From the Editors: Changes for the Editorial Board

By Benjamin Braun, Editor-in-Chief

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. 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. In this post I share two upcoming changes for our editorial board.

First, I will step down as Editor-in-Chief at the end of May 2018. I am thrilled to announce that Mark Saul will serve as the next Editor-in-Chief for On Teaching and Learning Mathematics starting on June 1, 2018. Mark has extensive experience in mathematics education at the K-12 and postsecondary level, both in the classroom and through outreach programs. He also has substantial editorial experience, including editorial service to the Notices of the AMS, Quantum, and The Mathematics Teacher.

Second, following four years of service as a founding Contributing Editor for our blog, Priscilla Bremser will step down from the editorial board in May 2018. Priscilla has made many excellent contributions to our blog, and I deeply appreciate her dedication, insight, and passion for improving the teaching of mathematics. I look forward to hearing more from Priscilla in the future as a contributing author!

 

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One Response to From the Editors: Changes for the Editorial Board

  1. Brian Winkel says:

    On behalf of the wider community, I want to thank both Benjamin Braun and Priscilla Bremser for their service, their creativity and acceptance of new and fresh ideas, and for the work (much of it behind the scenes – for that is what Editors’ lives are like!) to bring rich materials and ideas to us all. May they now move on to new adventures. Thank you both very much.

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