Talks
2007 Talks

Denison University, October 25–26

Proofs and Confirmations: The Story of the alternating Sign Matrix Conjecture

Stories from the Development of Real Analysis


Randolph Lecture, MAA Seaway Section, Rochester, NY, October 20,

Calculus in High School


Pi Mu Epsilon talk, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, October 4:

Explorations of the Foundations of Calculus


MAA Distinguished Lecture Series, Washington, DC, September 19:

The Story of the Alternating Sign Matrix Conjecture


MathFest, San Jose, CA, August 2–5

Project NExT: Increasing the Number of Majors

SIGMAA TAHSM: Calculus in High School

Minicourse:

Limits,

Sunday homework,

Elliptic functions and Newton's Principia,

harmonic series problems,

more problems on harmonic series



MathPath, Colorado College, July 24–26

Introduction to Recursions

Sums of Powers

Counting Alternating Sign Matrices

Plane Partitions and the Six Vertex Model


Davidson Young Scholars, St. Paul, MN, June 21–22

The Art of Counting, ages 4–11

The Art of Counting, ages 10–16


AP Reading, Louisville, KY, June 15

Has Calculus Become a High School Course?


CBMS, Washington, DC, May 4

Challenges for the Undergraduate Curriculum


Visualizing the Future of Mathematics, LA, April 13

Challenges for the Undergraduate Curriculum


Joint Math Meetings, New Orleans, January 4–8

Transition to Proof

Using history to understand how to teach Real Analysis

Report on Calculus at Macalester College
