Monthly Archives: September 2014

The Climate March Math

This 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

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Evidence-Based Reform of Remedial Mathematics

I 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

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Chancellor’s Research Fellowship

In Spring 2014, Interim Chancellor Kelly awarded 19 “Chancellor’s Research Fellowships” to faculty at CUNY’s community colleges through a highly competitive process.  These fellowships fund research in many disciplines during the 2014-2015 academic year.  Three of the Fellows are mathematicians.  … Continue reading

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