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Spring 2006 - Newsletter Editor Statement

We have changed the look and feel of the INMAA Newsletter. As a result of the changes, we are only having an electronic version of the newsletter. All comments concerning this format should be directed to the Newsletter Editor.

The change makes the Newsletter an integral part of the INMAA Website, and does not duplicate information already on the website (the current meeting information, upcoming meetings, information on the ICMC, information on section awards, et cetera). The newsletter portion of the website will now consist mainly of news content concerning the section.

I am pleased to announce the first electronic column (really an electronic article) in the INMAA Newsletter. It is a electronic version of Matt DeLong's Adler Award Presentation, Making Beautiful Music in the Mathematics Classroom, follow this link to see it.

I am looking for regular contributors to the Columns heading in the Newsletter. (Are there any closet journalists among mathematicians in the Indiana Section of the MAA?) If you are interested in writing a column for the Newsletter contact the Newsletter Editor, with ideas and we'll go from there.


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