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As you may know, I am not running an REU program this year, though you may still use the drop-down menus above (or the links below) to find your way to the information on past years' programs. My thanks go out to my colleagues for their help in running the program and to the wonderful students who have taken part and made the program as successful as it's been.
Now that it's summer I'm already looking ahead to another semester; see the links below (or, again, the menus above) for information on the courses I'm teaching inFall 2013, Linear Algebra I and Cultivating Global Citizenship (Honors).
I hope that you will consider purchasing a copy of Student Writing in the Quantitative Disciplines: a Guide for College Faculty, now available from Jossey-Bass. This text offers instructors in quantitative disciplines, as well as writing professionals (writing center staff, first-year writing instructors, etc.) the means to craft effective writing activities for students in math-related disciplines.
One more bit of shameless self-promotion: during the month of April 2012, I joined my colleagues Kerri Bright Flinchbaugh (East Carolina University) and Laura Benton (Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute) in a publicly-viewable reflective writing project, 3 friends, 30 things, 90 stories. I hope you'll check it out! I'm happy to announce that we're doing it again throughout June 2013: 4 friends, 30 things, 120 stories sees me, Kerri, and Laura joined by my marvelously talented student Drew Benbow. Please read along!
Meanwhile, you know the drill: below you can find the same old assortment of links. Please go ahead and use the drop-down menu at the top to get to my other homepages, including my personal page (The Bovinnia page, et cetera) and my professional page (publications, teaching, c.v., and so forth), and my pedagogical blog, Change of Basis.
And as always, feel free to contact me by e-mail if you feel that my site is lacking something that it should have. I'm always open to suggestions.
Resources for courses I'm teaching in Fall 2013:
Resources for courses I taught in Spring 2013:
Summer REU, "Groups, Graphs, and Geometry":
UNCA and and Math Department links:
Fun math sites:
Maybe not always (but often!) so fun, but useful math sites:
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