Spring 2003
PNWMAA Newsletter

Meeting at Whitman College
2004 Meeting in Alaska
High School Math Excel
Project NExT
Math for Business Decisions
MAA PREP Workshops
MAA's PMET Program
Math Awareness Month
Section Logo Contest
Section Officers

 

MAA's PREP Program

The MAA's Professional Enhancement Program (PREP) will offer a wide variety of workshops during summer 2003. PREP workshops offer a chance to spend a few days exploring topics of mutual interest with colleagues from other institutions, with experienced leaders to guide the group towards a deeper understanding and broader perspective. Most of the cost of attending a PREP workshop is covered by the program. For additional information and registration materials, visit the PREP web site, http://www.maa.org/prep. A listing of this summerís workshops follows.

  • Assessment at the Department Level
  • Integrating Technology into Mathematics Instruction (A Focus on Precalculus/Calculus)
  • Discrete Mathematics: An Early Foundation for the Study of Computer Science
  • Knot Theory
  • Leading the Academic Department: A Workshop for Chairs of Mathematical Sciences Departments
  • Topics in Applied Casualty Actuarial Science
  • Earth Math
  • Active Learning Approaches to Teaching Mathematics Content Courses for Elementary and Middle-School Teachers
  • Quantitative Literacy Across the Curriculum, Northeast Workshop
  • Authoring Online Interactive Materials in Mathematics
  • Abstract Algebra with GAP
  • Creating and Teaching Courses that Integrate Biology and Mathematics
  • Regression Analysis: The Heart of Statistical Methodology
  • Presenting Mathematical Masterpieces and Powerful Techniques of Effective Thinking to Non-Science Students
  • Quantitative Literacy Across the Curriculum, Northwest Workshop
  • Mathematical Methods and Modeling for Secondary Mathematics Teacher Education

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