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MAA Poster Session on Projects Supported by the NSF Division of Undergraduate Education

AMS-MAA Meeting, Boston, MA

January, 2012

Session organized by

Jon W. Scott
Montgomery College
Montgomery County, MD

[ In the order listed on p. 115 of the Program ]

UTMOST: Undergraduate Teaching of Mathematics with Open Software and Textbooks.
   Robert Beezer. University of Puget Sound; Jason Grout, Drake University;
   Marja-Liisa Hassi and
Sandra Laursen, University of Colorado, Boulder;
   Thomas Judson, Stephen F. Austin State University;  Kiran Kedlaya, MIT;
   William Stein, University of Washington

Change Agents for Teaching and Learning Statistics (CATALST).
   Joan Garfield, Bob delMas and Andy Zieffler, University of Minnesota
   Allan Rossman and Beth Chance, Calif. Poly.,  San Luis Obispo
   George Cobb, Mount Holyoke; John Holcomb, Cleveland State University

Math in the City.
   Petronela Radu, Stephen Hartke and Lauren Keough, Univ. of Nebraska, Lincoln

Discovery Learning Projects in Introductory Statistics.

   Brad Bailey, Dianna Spence and Sherry L. Hix,
   North Georgia College and State University

Research-Based Video for Teaching Undergraduage Proof.
   Jim Sandefur, Georgetown University; Connie Campbell, Millsaps College
   Kay Somers, Moravian College

Quantitative Reasoning in the Contemporary World.
   Caren Diefenderfer, Hollins University; Bernard L. Madison,
   University of Arkansas;  Stuart Boersma, Central Washington University;
   Shannon Dingman, University of Washington

Using Research to Shape Instruction and Placement in Algebra and Precalculus.
   Bernard L. Madison, University of Arkansas, Michael Pearson, MAA,
   Caren Diefenderfer, Hollins Univerity and Marily Carlson, Arizona State

Integrated Undergraduate Training in Mathematics and Life Sciences at NCSU.
   Hien Tran, Aloysius Helminck, James Gilliam and Alun Lloyd, North Carolina
   State University

College Ready in Mathematics and Physics Partnership.
   Bernard L. Madison, Gay Stewart, Bernard L. Madison, and Shannon Dingman,
   University of Arkansas; John Jones, University of Arkansas at Fort Smith;
   Pete Joenks, Springdale High School

Texas A&M UBM:  Student Research Experience is the Key.
   May Boggess, Jay Walton, Masami Fujiwara, Texas A&M University;
   Kaibin Fu and Harriette Block, Prairie View A&M University

REU Site: Modeling and Industrial Applied Mathematics.
   Aloysius Helminck and Hien Tran, North Carolina State University

The Statistics Taught Using Resampling and Randomization (STURR) Project.
   Bob delMas, University of Minnesota

Assessing Faculty Practice and Faculty Development on Inquiry-Based Learning and Teaching in Undergraduate Mathematics.
   Sandra Laursen and Marina Kogan, University of Colorado Boulder

The Poincare Institute:  A Partnership for Mathematics Education.
   Montserrat Teixidor, Analucia Schliemann, David Carraher,
   Roger Tobin and Caroline J. Hagen, Tufts University

Greater Birmingham Mathematics Partnership.
   John Mayer, Ann Dominick and Tommy Smith, University of Alabama at Birmingham;
   Bernadette Mullins, Birmingham-Southern College;  Ruth Parker,
   Mathematics Education Collaborativee

Native American-based Mathematics Materials for Integration into Undergraduate Courses.
   Charles P. Funkhouser, Scott A. Annin,  Califronia State University Fullerton;
   Miles Pfahl, Turtle Mountain Community College

Pathways to Calculus:  Disseminating and Scaling a Professional Development Model for Algebra Through Precalculus Teaching and Learning.
   Marilyn P. Carlson, Wayne Raskind and Fabio Milner, Arizona State University;
   Michael Oehrtman, Northern Colorado University; Kevin Moore,
   University of Georgia;  Dawn Teuscher, Brigham Young University

Empowering Student Learning in Mathematics Analysis.
   Barbara Shipman, University of Texas at Arlington

MathDL Books Online.
    David Smith and Lang Moore, Duke University

New Directions for MATHDL.
    David Smith and Lang Moore, Duke University

STEM Real World Application of Mathematics.
   Darren Narayan and William Basener, Rochester Institute of Technolog

PREP: MAA's Professional Development Program.
   J. Michael Pearson, MAA;  Nancy Baxter Hastings, Dickinson College;
   Barbara Edwards, Oregon State University, Nathaniel Dean, Texas State
   University San Marcos, Virginia Buchanan, Hiram College,
   Mike Brilleslyper, US Air Force Academy; Jon Scott, Montgomery College

Dynamic Visualization Tools for Multivariable Calculus.
   Paul Seeburger, Monroe Community College

Lurch, Educational Software for Writing Proofs.
   Kenneth G. Monks, University of Scranton;  Nathan Carter, Bentley University

Flash Applets for WeBWork Online Homework System.
   Barbara Margolius, Felipe Martins and Yuping Wu, Cleveland State University;
   Dan Gries, Hopkins School

Maplets for Calculus.
   Douglas B. Meade, University of South Carolina; Philip B. Yasskin and
   Matthew Barry, Texas A. & M. University

 Playing Games with a Purpose:  A New Approach to Teaching and Learning Statistics..
    Shonda R. Kuiper, Grinnell College;  Rodney Sturdivant, Billy Kaczynski,
   John Jackson and Kevin Cummiskery, US Military Academy

UBM-Group:  Collaborations on Riverine Ecology (CORE):  Investigations into species invasion and disease transmission at the interface between mathematics and biology..
    James Peirce and Gregory Sandland, Univesity of Wisconsin - La Crosse 

Texas Middle and Secondary Mathematics Project.
    Kimberly Childs, Stephen F. Austin State University 

Texas Leadership Initiative:  Mathematics Instruction Transformed (Texas LIMIT) .
    Kimberly Childs, Deborah Pace, Lesa Beverly and Betty Alford,
    Stephen F. Austin University

Talented Teachers in Training for Texas.
    Lesa Beverly, Keith Hubbard, Karen Embry-Jenlink and Dennis Gravatt,
    Stephen F. Austin State University

Paradigms in Physics: Electromagnetism Curricular Materials.
   Tevian Dray, Corrine A. Manogue and Emily H. van Zee, Oregon State University 

Mathematical ACES:  Algebraic Concepts for Elementary Students.
    Davida Fischman, Shawn McMurran and Joseph Jesunathadas,
    California State University-San Bernardino;
    Karla Wells, Ontario Montclair Elementary School District;  Carol Cronk,
    San Bernardino Superintendt. of Schools

Learning Discrete Mathematics and Computer Science via Primary Historical Sources.
    Jerry Lodder and David Pengelly, New Mexico State University 

Linear Algebra in New Environments (LINE).
    Draga Vidakovic, Georgia State University; Sergio Loch, Grand View Univ.;
    William Martin, North Dakota State University; Jeff Suzuki, Brooklyn College

Careers in Mathematics.
    Michael Dorff, Brigham Young University 

Math Images.
    Eugene Klotz, Math Forum; Camilla Smith Barnes, Sweet Briar College 

Illustrating Graph Theory Concepts in Real World Settings.
    Joan M. Lucas and Rebecca Smith, The College at Brockport,
    State University of New York

Undergraduate Research in Mathematical Biology:  Modeling Cellular Processes from Bacteria to Neurons.
    George Yates, Jonathan Caguiat, Joxsi Jalics, Gary Walker and Mark Womble,
    Youngstown State University

University Scholars in STEM.
    Leah Gold, Cleveland State University 

Improving the Learning Environment for Underrepresented Students in Matheamtics through the S-STEM Program.
    Alexandra Kurepa, North Carolina A&T State University 

Research, Dissemination, and Faculty Development of Inquiry-Based Learning (IBL) Methods in the Teaching and Learning of Mathematics.
    Ralf Spatzier, University of Michigan 

Distributome-An Interactive Web-based Resource for Probability Distributions.
    Kyle Siegrist, University of Alabama in Huntsville;  Dennis Pearl, The Ohio
    State University; Ivo Dinov, University of California Los Angeles

Undergraduates Learning to Write Mathematics:  The Math Images Project.
    K. A. Renninger, A.M. Phillips, A. Lipman and Gene Klotz, Swarthmore College 

Productive Disposition:  Of What Does It Consist?  The Case of Preservice Mathematics Teachers and Virtual Fieldwork:  The Math Forum's Virtual Fieldwork Sequence.
    K. A. Renninger, M. Chin and D. Fan, Swarthmore College;
    Wesley Shumar, Drexel University

Discovering the Art of Mathematics.
    Julian F. Fleron, Volker Ecke, Philip K. Hotchkiss and Christine von Renesse,
    Westfield State University

Introducing Statistical Techniques Through Guided Interdisciplinary Research Projects.
    Shonda Kuiper, Grinnell College 

Math for America Boston:  Teaching Scholars Program.
    Eileen Lee, Math for Amerca, Boston; Steve Rosenberg, Suzanne Chapin
    and Glenn Stevens, Boston University

Focus on Mathematics:  Creating Learning Cultures for High Student Achievement, A Targeted Math and Science Partnership.
    Una MacDowell, Al Cuoco and Wayne Harvey, Education Development Center,
    Steven Rosenberg and Glenn Stevens, Boston University

Resequencing Calculus.
    Mark Gruenwald and David Dwyer, University of Evansville 

Quantitative Skills in Biology through Scientific Inquiry at James Madison University.
    Brian Walton, Anthony Tongen, Nusrat Jahan and Reid Harris,
    James Madison University

Project MOSAIC:  Integrating Modeling, Statistics, Computation and Calculus in the Undergraduae Curriculum.
    Daniel Kaplan, Macalester College; Randall Prium, Calvin College; Eric Marland,
    Appalachian State University; Nicholar Horton, Smith College

Biology and Mathematics in Population Studies - BioMaPS II.
   Donald Adongon, K. Renee Fister, Terry Derting, Chris Mecklin, Claire Fuller,
   Kate He, Emily Croteau, Maeve McCarthy and Howard Whiteman,
   Murray State University

DIYModeling (Do It Yourself Modeling).
    Frank Wattenberg, Rod Sturdivant and Chris Weld, US Military Academy;
    Bill Bauldry, Appalachian State University; Joe Yanik and Betsy Yanik,
    Emporia State University

WeBWork:  Improving Student Success in Mathematics.
    Arnold Pizer, Mike Gage and Vicki Roth, Univesity of Rochester;
    Michael Pearson and John Wyatt,  MAA

The Impact of the PREP 2011 Workshops on Bioinformatics Research and Teaching Activitives at Jacksonville State University.
    Monics Trifas, Aaron Garrett, Jimmy Triplett and Chris Murdock,
    Jacksonville State University

An Integrative Analysis of Human Cancer:  Exploiting the Synergy of Mathematical and Molecular Biological Approaches in Studying a Complex Problem.
    Jeffrey Forrester and Michael P. Roberts, Dickinson College 

National Science Foundation Poster Session - 2012
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