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- Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Mathematics Instruction November 18, 2014CUNY’s Office of Academic Affairs has released the 2015 Application for the Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Mathematics Instruction. Full-time and part-time faculty at CUNY community colleges, comprehensive colleges, and senior colleges are eligible to apply. Awards in the … Continue reading →Ashleigh Thompson
- The Climate March Math September 24, 2014This past Sunday, did you see hundreds of photos from the People’s Climate March posted on your friends’ Facebook and kick yourself for having a lazy afternoon on your couch (as I kind of did)? The New York Times reported … Continue reading →Mari Watanabe-Rose
- Evidence-Based Reform of Remedial Mathematics September 2, 2014I am an Associate Professor in the Mathematics and Computer Science Department at Queensborough Community College, and I have spent the last six years working on improving remedial mathematics. When I started at QCC in 2007, students either placed into … Continue reading →Jonathan Cornick

- Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Mathematics Instruction November 18, 2014

Thanks – I might bug you occasionally about plugins and whatnot. This will likely be a slow transfer over the coming weeks.

The eventual plan is to bring this together with Math Matters, yes, and have everyone math-oriented talking under one umbrella.

This is exciting to see, Michael. Please let me know whether the Development or Community teams on the Commons can help and/or advise you in any way as you transfer content and set up your community here.

Is this effort associated with the Math Matters group?