NebraskaMATH Newsletter - November 2016

Smith wins Boss of the Year Award

(From left) Andy Frederick, Michelle Homp, Amy Zachek, Jane Kaufmann, Judy Walker, Lindsay Augustyn, Wendy Smith, Molly Williams, Deb Klimes and Stephanie VendettiWendy Smith, associate director of the Center for Science, Mathematics and Computer Education, was presented with the Boss of the Year Award at the 36th annual University of Nebraska Office Professionals Association bosses luncheon on Nov. 8, 2016. Continue reading…

Send us your baby photos

Baby photos wanted!If you welcomed a baby to your family in 2016 and would like a photo of the baby (or babies!) to be featured in the December 2016 issue of the NebraskaMATH Newsletter, please email us a photo by 8 a.m. on Nov. 29. Continue reading…

Two math courses offered online this spring

Take a course online this spring to earn graduate credit toward a Master of Arts for Teachers degree from UNL. The math department is offering two courses to choose from: Math 802T: Functions, Algebra and Geometry and Math 896: Linear Algebra for Teachers. Continue reading…

Integrating technology: What does it mean?

A remarkable amount of policy around education is interwoven with “technology,” usually meaning “digital technology” and most often something Web-based and commercial. Our Information Age is said to have transformed the way people learn and therefore the role of the teacher has to change. Continue reading…

Originally published November 9, 2016 - Submit an Item