June 10-11, 2019
Faculty members and administrators at colleges and universities in the Southeastern United States are invited to participate in this meeting on a first-come, first-served basis until we reach capacity. Representatives of Historically Black Colleges and Universities are especially encouraged to attend. Limited travel assistance is available.
Please address inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This meeting will focus on developing math pathways for undergraduate students at the upper-division level to respond to regional workforce needs. Participants will:
- enhance their understanding of evolving career opportunities for mathematics graduates, interacting with and learning from representatives of business, industry and government (the BIG jobs);
- enhance their knowledge of expectations of mathematical sciences graduate programs;
- explore aspects of upper-division mathematics pathways - updating curricula and programs, soliciting resources and support, forming partnerships - as relevant to their own institutions' characteristics and missions.
Monday, June 10
Registration & Coffee
Welcome & Introductions
About TPSE Math
What are Upper-Division Pathways (UDPs) and why do they matter?
Student Success Panel: preparing students for B-I-G jobs or graduate school
Panel on Approaches to Program Development
Introduction to Breakout Sessions
Breakout Session I
Reception and Dinner
Tuesday, June 11
Presentation on Data and Research
Breakout Session II
(Optional/concurrent session: Organizational meeting for UDP Southeast Regional Network)
Report-backs from groups