### TPSE Math: The first steps

A presentation by Mark Green at the AMS Committee on Education meeting, October 2014

### Joan Ferrini-Mundy: Observations and Perspectives

Remarks at the TPSE Math meeting, June 22, 2014

### Eric Friedlander on challenges facing the math community

Challenges / Values / Outcomes: A presentation at the TPSE Math meeting, June 21, 2014

### Transforming Post-Secondary Education in Mathematics: A National Discussion - June 20-22, 2014

Questions and Challenges for the Mathematics Community: We welcome your input on any of the topics outlined below - before, during or after the June 20-22 meeting. Comments may be posted here, emailed to tpsemath@gmail.com, or tweeted to @tpsemath (meeting hashtag #TPSE2014).

Read more### JMM Panel 1/17/14: Informal Comments from Attendees

These comments were written on cards distributed at the TPSE Math Panel at the Joint Mathematics Meetings in Baltimore on January 17, 2014. In no particular order:

Read more### Reflections on a Mathematical World

Eric M. Friedlander's AMS Retiring Presidential Address, given at the Joint Mathematics Meetings, January 16, 2014

Audio and PowerPoint presentation here.

Read more### JMM Panel Discussion 1/17/14: Summary

A panel invited by the TPSE Math organizing group led the project’s first discussion of issues facing undergraduate mathematics education. Panel members were **Michele Cahill**, Carnegie Corporation of New York; **Jo Handelsman**, Yale University; **Brit Kirwan**, University of Maryland; **Joan Leitzel**, Ohio Mathematics Initiative; Congressman **Jerry McNerney**, California’s 9^{th} District, PhD in Mathematics; and **Phillip Griffiths**, moderator, Institute for Advanced Study.

The following is a summary of remarks from both panel members and attendees.

Read more### Transforming Postsecondary Mathematics Education

by Peter March

We are interested in systemic change in postsecondary mathematics education. Over the last several decades there has been a remarkably large - and documentable - amount of local change in mathematics departments across the country. Yet, local change has not led to global, systemic change.

Why not?

Read more### Meeting the Challenges of Improved Post-Secondary Education in the Mathematical Sciences

by David M. Bressoud, Eric M. Friedlander & C. David Levermore

The mathematical sciences play a foundational and crosscutting role in enabling substantial advances across a broad array of fields: medicine, engineering, technology, biology, chemistry, computer science, social sciences, and others. The delivery of excellent post-secondary mathematics education is essential to the present and future wellbeing of our nation and its citizens.

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