Reconnecting Teaching Faculty to the Mathematical Sciences Enterprise
July 6 - July 17, 1998
Rochelle Leibowitz, Wheaton College
Fred S. Roberts, Rutgers University
Expose faculty teaching undergraduates to current research topics relevant to the classroom, involve them in writing materials useful to the classroom, and reconnect them to current mathematical sciences research, with opportunities to follow up after the conference.
Topics & Principal Lecturers
Computational Molecular Biology
Martin Farach, Rutgers University
Ramamoorthi Ravi, Carnegie Mellon University
Dannie Durand, Sridhar Hannanhalli, Russell Schwartz, Mona Singh and Shibu Yooseph
Jon Berry, Elon College
Nate Dean, Rice University
Emden Gansner, Brenda Latka, Stephen North and Roberto Tamassia
Who may apply?
Faculty from two and four-year colleges and others whose primary job is undergraduate teaching. Minimal prior exposure to algorithm analysis and graph theory is helpful, but not required.
For program information contact Elaine Foley, Conference Administrator
Fax: (732) 445-5932
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