Author Archives: Brian Katz

Bridging the Gap 2: Eine Kleine NachtMathematics

This time of year, a new crop of math majors are stepping off college campuses and into the next phases of their lives. Some go to industry, some into teaching, and some into graduate school. Along any of these paths, … Continue reading

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Thinking of Teaching? Here’s a great conference.

Are you looking ahead to a career that involves teaching and starting to wonder what that means for you? Then you should consider attending the annual Inquiry-Based Learning (IBL) conference this summer, in Austin. The conference is incredibly welcoming, and … Continue reading

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Bridging the Gap: math majors review and extend internet math talks

This time of year, a new crop of math majors are stepping off college campuses and into the next phases of their lives. Some go to industry, some into teaching, and some into graduate school. Along any of these paths, … Continue reading

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A first step for giving back to the MAA through service

Ever wonder how to get involved in the larger mathematical community? It turns out that there is a nomination procedure for the many, many MAA committees. Consider nominating yourself or others! Nomination Form List of Committees

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Invitation to the 17th Annual R.L. Moore Legacy Conference on Inquiry-Based Learning

The Educational Advancement Foundation (EAF) is pleased to announce the 2014 R.L. Moore Legacy Conference June 19-21 in Denver, Colorado.┬áThe Legacy of R.L. Moore Project, established by the Educational Advancement Foundation, helps advance studies of the mathematician Robert Lee Moore … Continue reading

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