Adjunct Professor Marty Smith (Math/Bio Med) will conduct a workshop on SAS JMP software today (January 30) at 1 p.m. in Fisher 101. Faculty and students interested in learning more about this statistical software are invited to attend.
Due to a generous gift from William G. Jackson, the William G. Jackson Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) is pleased to announce the 2015 grant recipients. Nearly $55,000 in grants were awarded to instructors and teams of instructors at $1,000, $5,000 and $10,000 levels. These grants will support course/program reform or expansion projects using blended and online learning.
Lecturer Jason Gregersen and Associate Professors Todd King and Stefaan De Winter were awarded a $10,000-level grant for Extension of Blended Learning across the Calculus Sequence.
Ben Ong, Assistant Professor, was awarded a $1,000-level grant for Computational Science Models.
Professor Iosif Pinelis (Math) published a paper titled “Geometrically Convergent Sequences of Upper and Lower Bounds on the Wallis Ratio and Related Expressions” in Mathematical Inequalities and Applications, 2015, vol. 18, number one. An abstract is available online.
PI Cecile Piret (Math), “A RBF-based Frame Strategy for Bypassing the Runge Phenomenon,” NSF
PI Zhengfu Xu (Math/CSERI) and Co-PIs Jingfeng Jiang (Bio Med/CSERI), Mark Gockenbach (Math/CSERI) and Sean Kirkpatrick (Bio Med/CSERI), “EDT: Enrich Doctoral Training in Applied Mathematics to Advance Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research and Career Development,” NSF
PI Min Wang (Math), “Bayesian Measures of Evidence for Hypothesis Testing,” NSF