You are viewing a Web site, archived on 03:57:19 Oct 20, 2004. It is now a Federal record managed by the National Archives and Records Administration.
External links, forms, and search boxes may not function within this collection.

[NSF Division of Undergraduate Education]
Bypass Top Navigation [Contact DUE]
CCD Mathematics Initiative Projects

CCD Mathematics Initiative Projects

Where available, links are provided to each project's home page, official award abstract on file at NSF, and record in DUE's Project Information Resource System (PIRS).

"Long Island Consortium for Mathematical Sciences Throughout the Curriculum"
Institution: SUNY Stony Brook. PI: Alan C. Tucker.
Award No. 9555401.
     *   Web site | Award abstract | PIRS record

"Mathematics Across the Curriculum"
Institution: Dartmouth College. PI: Dorothy W. Wallace.
Award No. 9552462.
     *   Web site | Award abstract | PIRS record

"Mathematics and Its Applications in Engineering and Science: Building the Links"
Institution: Rennselaer Polytechnic Institute. PI: Mark H. Holmes.
Award No. 9552465.
     *   Web site | Award abstract | PIRS record

"Mathematics and Undergraduate Education: A New Framework for Mutual Invigoration"
Institution: Indiana University. PI: Daniel P. Maki.
Award No. 9555408.
     *   Web site | Award abstract | PIRS record

"Middle Atlantic Consortium for Mathematics and Its Applications Throughout the Curriculum"
Institution: University of Pennsylvania. PI: Dennis M. DeTurck.
Award No. 9552464.
     *   Web site | Award abstract | PIRS record

"Multimedia Mathematics: Across the Curriculum and Across the Nation"
Institution: University of Nebraska, Lincoln. PI: Steven R. Dunbar.
Award No. 9555404.
     *   Award abstract | PIRS record

"Project Inter-Math"
Institution: Consortium for Mathematics and Its Applications (COMAP). PI: Frank R. Giordano.
Award No. 9555414.
     *   Web site | Award abstract | PIRS record

[Return to top of page]

The seven major projects above were funded through the initiative "Mathematical Sciences and Their Applications Throughout the Curriculum," an initiative within DUE's Course and Curriculum Development (CCD) program in fiscal years 1994-1997. The purpose of the initiative was to promote broad and significant improvements in undergraduate education that would lead to increased student appreciation of and ability to use mathematics. Comprehensive projects were sought which would serve as national models for improving student understanding in the mathematical sciences, integrating mathematics into other disciplines, and improving instruction in the mathematical sciences by incorporating other disciplinary perspectives.

[NSF] [Contact DUE] [DUE Home]
[EHR] [Contact DUE] [DUE Home]
About DUE | Programs & Deadlines | Publications | Awards | Advice | Outreach | Links | Questions & Comments | DUE Home

Division of Undergraduate Education
National Science Foundation
4201 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 835
Arlington, Virginia 22230, USA

Tel: 703.292.8670  ~  Fax: 703.292.9015  ~  E-mail: undergrad@nsf.gov