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NCB Deposit # 74

Projects Supported by the NSF Division of Undergraduate Education

AMS-MAA Meeting,  New Orleans, LA
January 6, 2007

Session organized by

Jon W. Scott
Montgomery College
Montgomery County, MD



[ See pp. 71 - 73 of the Program ]

  2007 NSF Poster Session - New Orleans
The National Curve Bank Project: A MATH Archive
   Shirley B. Gray, California State University, Los Angeles
   Bill Austin, University of Tennessee at Martin
   Chris Caldwell, University of Tennessee at Martin
   Phillip Johnson, Appalachian State University
   Lou Talman, Metropolitan State College of Denver
  http://curvebank.calstatela.edu
  http://curvebank.calstatela.edu/home/home.htm
 
Bridging the Vector Calculus Gap: Episode II
   Tevian Dray, Corinne A. Manogue, Oregon State University
   http://www.math.oregonstate.edu/bridge
http://curvebank.calstatela.edu/earth/earth.htm
http://curvebank.calstatela.edu/vectors/vectors.htm
Deposits #27 and #64 in the NCB

The PascGalois Project:  Visualization in Abstract Mathematics 
   Michael Bardzell, Kathleen Shannon, Salisbury University
   Eirini Poimenidou, New College of Florida
http://curvebank.calstatela.edu/sierpinski/sierpinski.htm
http://faculty.salisbury.edu/%7Ekmshannon/pascal/welcome.htm
Deposit #2  in the NCB
 
Math Across the Community College Curriculum
   Rebecca Hartzler, Seattle Central Community
   Caren Diefenderfer, Hollins University
   Christie Gilliland, Green River Community College
   Deann Leoni, Edmonds Community College
   Patrick Bibby, Miami Dade College
   Ruth Collins, Delaware Technical and Community College
http://www.mac3.amatyc.org


Probability and Statistics

Statistics Online Computational Resource for Education
   Annie Che Ivo Dinov and Juana Sanchez, UCLA School of Medicine
http://www.socr.ucla.edu

Adapting and Implementing Guided Discovery Notes in Combinatorics for Large Classes
   Mary Flahive, Oregon State University

Center for Data Analysis and Statistics
   Rod Sturdivant and Krista Watts, U.S. Military Academy

Classroom Response Systems in Statistics Courses
   Teri J. Murphy, Curtis McKnight, Michael Richman
   and Robert Terry, University of Oklahoma


CAUSEweb: An Undergraduate Statistics Education Digital Library
   Ginger Holmes Rowell, Middle Tennessee State University
   Dennis Pearl, The Ohio State University
   Roger Woodward, North Carolina State University

The Hybrids: Math in Science
Applied Mathematics

Science Learning Community
   Mary Kay Abbey, Montgomery College
 
Paradigms in Physics: Multiple Entry Points
   Tevian Dray, Corinne Manogue, Barbara Edwards, David McIntyre
   and Emily van Zee, Oregon State University

 
RUTE: Research for Undergraduates in Theoretical Ecology
   Glenn Ledder, Bo Deng, Robert Gibson, Irakli Loladze
   and Svata Louda, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

 
Phaser: A Universal Simulator for Dynamical Systems
   Huseyin Kocak, Brian Coomes and Burton Rosenberg, University of Miami
 
Mathematical Methods for Biology and Medicine
   Michael Martin, Johnson County Community College
   Glenn Ledder, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

 
UBM: Training Undergraduate Students in Mathematica and Biology at UL Lafayette
&   Azmy Ackleh and Susan Mopper, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
   Jacoby Carter, USGS-National Wetlands Research Center

 
UBM, RUI: Research Focused Learning Communities in Mathematical Biology
   Jason Miller, Jon Beck, Michael Kelrick and Laura Fielden-Rechav
   Truman State University

 
Embedding Chemistry Problems in Calculus Courses
   George Rublein and Robert Orwell, College of William and Mary
 
Real World STEM Application Modules
   Darren Narayan, Moises Sudit, Paul Tymann, William Basener
   and Matthew Coppenbarger, Rochester Institute of Technology

 
A Biomathematical Learning Enhancement Network for Diversity (BLEND)
   Dominic Clemence, Mingxiang Chen, Gregory Goins, Mary Smith, Vinaya Kelkar,
   Catherine White, Venkateswarlu Divi, Yohang Li and Gelonia Dent,
   North Carolina A & T State University

 
UBM: Foundation in Mathematical Biology through Interdisciplinary Research, Training, and Curriculum Development
   Bala Krishnamoorthy, Richard Gomulkiewicz, Robert Dillon, Judith McDonald,
   Martin Morgan and Charlotte Omoto, Washington State University

 
Interdisciplinary Taining of Undergraduates in Biological and Mathematical Sciences with Emphasis on Marine/Coastal Science
   Tor Kwembe, Hyung Cho and Zhenbu Zhang, Jackson State University
 
Research Experiences in Mathematical Biology
   Leslie Wilson, Ann Castlefranco, Steven Robinow and Andrew Taylor
   University of Hawaii

 
Equipment and Modules for a Capstone Course in Applied Mathematics
   Dan Goldman, Michael Booty, Bruce Bukiet, Lou Kondic and Michael Siegel
   New Jersey Institute of Technology

 
Analysis of Stress in Biological Systems
   Ben Fitzpatrick, Erika Camacho, Wendy Binder, Kam Dahlquist and Gary Kuleck
   Loyola Marymount University

 
Preparing Computational Biologists by Encouraging an Academic Minor
   Angelean Hendrix, David Senseman, Dmitry Gokhman, Kay Robbins, James Bower
   and Nandini Kannan, University of Texas at San Antonio

 
UBM: Quantitative Systems Biology
   Guillerm Goldsztein, Mark Borodovsky, Leonid Bunimovich and Jung Choi
   Georgia Institute of Technology

 
Renewal of College Algebra at South Dakota State University
   Donna Flint, Becky Hunter and Dan Kemp, South Dakota State University
 
Undergraduate Biomathematical Research Career Initiative at SUNY-Geneseo
   Anthony Macula, Christopher Leary, Gregg Hartvigsen and Wendy Pogozelski
   SUNY College at Geneseo

 
UBM: Undergraduate Training in Quantitative Environmental Biology
   David Meredith and Edward Connor, San Francisco State University


College Algebra

Collaborative Development of JAVA Laboratories for College Algebra and Trigonometry
   Michael E. Mays and Laura Pyzdrowski, West Virginia University
www.math.wvu.edu/~mays/AVdemo/AVdemo.htm

Renewal of College Algebra at South Dakota State University
   Donna Flint, Becky Hunter and Dan Kemp, South Dakota State University
 
Renewal of College Algebra
   Norma Agras, Miami Dade College and J. Michael Pearson, MAA
 
College Algebra in Southeast Louisiana Post Katrina
   Randall Wills, Sarah Clifton and Ana Wills, Southeastern Louisiana University

Dynamic Algebra for Technical Students
   Solomon Garfunkel, Consortium for Mathematic and Its Applications
   Susan Forman, Bronx Community College

 
College Algebra Reform at HACC
   Chris Yarrish and Dan Fahringer, Harrisburg Area Community College

Refocusing College Algebra
   Laurette Foster, Prairie View A & M
   Don Small, U.S. Military Academy


Teaching College Algebra from a Modeling Perspective
   Tracii Friedman and Cathy Bonan-Hamada, Mesa State College

Revitalizing College Algebra at UND
   Richard Millspaugh, Michele Liams and Katrina Nagel, University of North Dakota

Florida Southern College: Experiences with Modeling in College Algebra
   Susan Serrano, Daniel Jelsovsky and Kenneth henderson, Jr.,
   Florida Southern College


College Algebra with Data Analysis
   Tina Deemer, Elias Toubassi and Ted Laetsch, University of Arizona

Mathematics Education

  PRofessional Enhancement Program (PREP)    J. Michael Pearson, MAA
   William Haver, Virginia Commonwealth University
   Nancy Baxter Hastings, Dickinson College
   Nathaniel Dean, Texas Stae University-San Marcos
   Jon Scott, Montgomery College

 
Adapting K-8 Mathematics Curricular Materials fore Pre-Service Teacher Education
   Donna Diaz and William Moss, Clemson University
 
Native American-based Materials for Integration into Undergraduate Mathematics Courses
   Charles Funkhouser, University of Montana Missoula
   A. Duane Porter, University of Wyoming
   Armando Martinez-Cruz, California State University-Fullerton
   Miles Pfahl, Turtle Mountain Community College

 
Transforming Science and Mathematics Teacher Preparation
   James Curry, Richard McCray, Carl Wieman, Valerie Otero and William Wood
   University of Colorado at Boulder

 
Math Across the Community College Curriculum
   Rebecca Hartzler, Seattle Central Community College
   Christie Gilliland, Green River Community College
   Deann Leoni, Edmonds Community College
   Patrick Bibby, Miami Dade College
   Ruth Collins, Delaware Technical and Community College

 
Mathematicians and Mathematics Educators Collaborating on Capstone Courses for Secondary Mathematics Teachers
   Richard Hill, Sharon Senk and Natasha Speer, Michigan State University
 
MathematicsModels.org Expansion Project
   Solomon Garfunkel, Consortium for Mathematics and Its Applications
   John Stroyls, Georgia Southwestern State University

 
WorkMAP: Students Mathematical Preparation for Work
   Solomon Garfunkel, Consortium for Mathematics and Its Applications
   Susan Forman, Bronx Community College

 
Math Question to Engage Students (Math Quest)
   Mark Parker, Holly Zullo and Kelly Cline, Carroll College
 
An Accessible Online Resource for Mathematics Students and Instructors
   Lila Roberts, Georgia College and State University
   Gloria Reece, Southern College of Optometry

 
The Next STEP: Integrating STEM Learning Communities
   Jason Miller, Maria Nagan and Jennifer Thompson, Truman State University
 
History Across the Mathematics Curriculum for Preservice Teachers
   Gabriela Sanchis, Elizabethtown College
 
Inquiry Based Learning in Mathematics
   Michael Starbird, Edward Odell, Sarah Simmons and Jennifer Smith
   The University of Texas at Austin

 
ESP: Enhancing Secondary Mathematics Teacher Preparation
   Beverly K. Michael, Margaret Smith, Ellen Ansel and Paul Gartside
   University of Pittsburgh

 
Native American-based Materials for Integration into Undergraduate Mathematics Courses
   Charles Funkhouser, University of Montana Missoula
   A. Duane Porter, University of Wyoming
   Armando Martinez-Cruz, California State University-Fullerton
   Miles Pfahl, Turtle Mountain Community College


Other Topics Including Web-based Learning

Improving Calculus:  Developing Concepts Through Good Questions
   Maria Terrell, Robert Connelly, Cornell University
http://www.math.cornell.edu/~GoodQuestions
 
Full Realization of Visualization Tools for 3D
   Daniel McGee, Univesity of Puerto Rico Mayaguez
   David Lomen, University of Arizona
   Deborah Moore-Russo, Univesity at Buffalo
   Dennis Ebersole, Northampton Community College

 
Technical Mathematics for Tomorrow:  Recommendations and Exemplary Programs
   Mary Ann Hovis, Rhodes State College
   Robert Kimball, Wake Technical Community College
   John Peterson, Retired

Teaching Discrete Mathematics via Original Historical Sources
   Jerry Lodder, Guram Bezhanishvili, Hing Leung,
   David Pengelley, Desh Ranjan, New Mexico State University  
http://www.math.nmsu.edu/hist_projects/
 
A Motivational Course in Cryptology and Coding Theory
  Sarah Spence Adams, Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering
  Gordon Prichett, Babson College
http://faculty.olin.edu/~sadams/CryptoCoding.htm (temporarily inactive)
 
Core Mathematics
   Alex Heidenberg, Jerry Kobylski and Don Small, U.S. Military Academy
http://www.contemporarycollegealgebra.org  

WeBWorK, a Web-based Interactive Homework System
   Arnold Pizer, Michael Gage and Vicki Roth, University of Rochester
 
A Comprehensive WeBWorK Problem Library
   John Jones, Arizona State University,Jeff Holt, University of Virginia
   Willim Ziemer, California State University, Long Beach

 
Proof, Functions and Computations: A Web-based Course as a Laboratory for Enhanced Teaching and Learning in Logic, Mathematics and Computer Science
   Wilfried Sieg, Joseph Ramsey and Klaus Sutner, Carnegie Mellon University
 
Enhancing the Teaching of Linear Algebra with Diigital Image Processing
   Mohamed Allali, Chapman University
 



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Elizabeth J. Teles
Program Director
Division of Undergraduate Education - EHR

Lee L. Zia
Program Director
Division of Undergraduate Education - EHR

Terry S. Woodin
Program Director
Division of Undergraduate Education - EHR

Dan Maki
Program Director
Division of Undergraduate Education - EHR



 

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Jon Scott
Mary Kay Abbey
Poster Session Organizers
 


National Curve Bank
Poster


Members of the NCB Advisory Board attending the Joint Mathematics Meetings

Mary Kay Abbey, Montgomery College

Bill Austin
University of Tennessee at Martin

Janet Beery
University of Redlands

Phillip E. Johnson, Appalachian State University

Herbert Kasube
Bradley University

Steve Kennedy
Carleton College

Stacy Langton
University of San Diego

Ed Sandifer
University of Western Connecticut

David A. Smith
Duke University

Bob Stein
Calif. State University,
San Bernardino

Lou Talman
Metropolita State College
of Denver

Shirley B. Gray
Calif. State University
Los Angeles
Principal Investigator



San Antonio  2006


Atlanta  2005


Phoenix  2004


Baltimore  2003




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Note:  "UBM" in the title is for Undergraduate Traineeships in Biology and Mathematics, one of the jointly funded NSF programs involving DUE, DMS, and a bio division.



Continuing Projects

Probability and Statistics

The Hybrids: Math in Science

Applied Math

College Algebra

Mathematics Education

Other Topics

Other Web-based Learning Projects

Please contact Shirley Gray, NCB-PI, if you have questions regarding this list of posters.

 sgray@calstatela.edu 





National Science Foundation Poster Session - 2006

Bill Austin, Shirley Gray, Lou Talman, Phil Johnson


Herb Kasube, Bob Stein, Bill Austin, Ed Sandifer, Lou Talman, David Smith, Dorothy Smith,
Carolyn Johnson, Phil Johnson, Stacy Langford, Asher Langford, Shirley Gray