Service and Scholarship Activities of the NCSSM Department of Mathematics. Mathematical Association of America Committees
Service and Scholarship Activitiesof theNCSSM Department of Mathematics
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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (2 members)
Introduction to Cellular Automata
National Keynote Addresses and Invited Workshops
Teaching for Mathematical Creativity.
Teachers College at Columbia University.