Monthly Archives: May 2011

Submitting a paper online

by Diana Davis Last month, I posted about how to publish a paper. Shortly thereafter, I submitted a paper and found that the process was not exactly like I said it would be. I wrote that you should send a … Continue reading

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Conference Funding

by Brian Simanek Mathematics is a fundamentally collaborative discipline and as such, travel to conferences and workshops is an important part of any young mathematician’s professional development.  The only catch is that travel can be expensive (especially when leaving the … Continue reading

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Technology Supporting Innovative Pedagogy

by Brian Katz There have been some recent developments in educational technology that can be used in math courses including adaptive individualized online algebra instruction, clickers, and Wolfram Alpha. You have probably heard about these or their cousins before, but … Continue reading

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Young Teachers – Communicating Your Experience

by Brian Katz I recently read about 150 applications for a teaching job. This was the first time I’ve done this, so I wanted to share two suggestions with those of you planning applications in the fall about the stages … Continue reading

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Research

by Tyler Clark I thought summer would mean a bit of free time, but I have quickly discovered it does not at all. I am working on a research proposal and beginning the preliminary review of literature for my thesis. … Continue reading

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