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Consortium Organization

This Project for systemic change involves an extensive organizational structure with

  • Departmental teams at each institution.
  • Institutional coordinating committees involving both mathematicians and non-mathematicians.
  • Consortium-wide disciplinary committees on how better to integrate mathematical content and instruction into classes in their discipline.
  • Task forces of faculty from different disciplines for specific projects, such as the development of materials for new courses or of new instructional technology.
  • An executive committee, including the project director, to provide overall Project leadership.
  • An external advisory committee of academic and industrial experts to guide the direction of the Project.

Special task forces have been organized around the following areas:

  • Collaborative Learning
  • Interdisciplinary Statistics
  • Calculus/Pre-calculus Reform
  • Instructional Technology
  • Helping Underrepresented Groups

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The Long Island Consortium is sponsored by the NSF Initiative: Mathematical Sciences and Their Application Throughout the Curriculum, DUE #9555142. The original NSF proposal can be accessed by clicking here.

Last updated October 7, 1997. Please direct comments or suggestions to [email protected]