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p.m. -1:45 Lunch
Tentative Agenda for IMPAC Meeting
Date: April 30, 2005
revised : 4 -20-05
Radisson Hotel-LAX, 6225 West Century
Blvd., Los Angeles, CA
9:45 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
a.m. Breakfast Reception
9:45 a.m. Statewide Initiatives and
Status of IMPAC, Ballroom ABCD
-10:45 Kate Clark, CCC Chair, ICAS Chair
Cliff Brunk, UC Chair
11:00 a.m. Discipline Group
1:50 p.m. Discipline
Discussions: During this time, discipline groups may elect to meet with one or more
related groups of discipline faculty to pose questions or pursue similar
concerns, or discipline groups may continue to discuss among themselves matters
raised in the morning session
4:00 p.m. Adjournment
Main Topics for Discussion at Math Session:
I. Mathematics Community
II. Math Courses
1.2.1 Review of the
2003-2004 Annual Report Recommendations
1.1.2 Related Agenda and Information
18.104.22.168 CAN Developments
22.214.171.124 ASSIST Developments
126.96.36.199 UC: Transfer Major Preparation
188.8.131.52.1 Proposal for Lower Division Transfer Patterns (LDTP) in Mathematics.
184.108.40.206.1A LDTP Report (in Progress)
220.127.116.11.2 Integrated Math Secondary Credential Programs [Information only]
18.104.22.168.3 Liberal Studies Mathematics Courses
22.214.171.124 The memos [Information only.]
1.1.3 Mathematics Community Related Recommendations
1.1.4 Course Related Recommendations
1.1.5 Afternoon Agenda: .Business? related agenda + Continuation of morning discussions
1.1.6 Opportunity to add to revise agenda plan before we proceed.
126.96.36.199 Requests: What other departments would like from the mathematics at the CC's.[Business?]
Are there departments we would like to meet?
2 Mathematics Community Improvement Recommendations
2.1 Break down into groups: Make lists of suggestions. Grouped by interest-
2.1.1 Organizational Recommendations. What is happening? What more should be done?
2.1.2 University and College Recommendations.What is happening? What more should be done?
2.1.3 Reports and general discussion of recommendations
2.2 Organizational Recommendations
2.2.1 The ASSIST Web Page
188.8.131.52Exploring Majors Beta Test Page: http://www2.assist.org:8080/BETA/Welcome.do
184.108.40.206 Suggestions to improve ASSIST resource.
2.2.2 The IMPAC Math Web Page
2.2.3 Models for Intersegmental Community Building:
220.127.116.11 Bruce Arnold: Report on San Diego Area Intersegmental Mathematics Articulation Conference (4-16-05 at UCSD)
18.104.22.168 University Hubs and Inter-university cooperation.
22.214.171.124 Intersegmental Math Councils [See Notes for IMC activities.]
126.96.36.199 Math Day(s) for CC students sponsored by CMC^3, CMC^3-S with participation from CSU and UC departments encouraged.
188.8.131.52 Northern California Undergraduate Mathematics Conference (Sonoma State)
2.3 University and College Recommendations
2.3.1 Rec. 1. Transfer Coordinators.
2.3.2 Rec. 2. Transfer Web Page [See Notes for Transfer Web Page.]
2.3.3 Rec. 3. Keeping ASSIST Current.
2.3.4 Rec. 4 Course Information
3 Math Course Related Recommendations
3.1 CAN DISorganization.
3.1.1 Brief History of function and accomplishments of CAN
184.108.40.206 CAN Course Descriptions for Mathematics:(.html version) (.pdf version)
The current (11-7-04) descriptions of mathematics courses that are part of the CAN system.
220.127.116.11.Proposed_New_Math_CAN Descriptions from September_2002(pdf only)
In September, 2002, a group of mathematicians proposed these revisions to
the CAN descriptions. These revisions have not proceeded further.
18.104.22.168 Linear Algebra Recommendation
3.1.2 What will replace CAN? Needs and ways to respond to these needs.
3.3 Bridge Course Recommendations.
3.3.1 Report on Mathematics “Bridge” [proof] courses for IMPAC.
By Cynthia Stubblebine, Chabot College 2-18-05 (pdf version).
3.3.2 Campuses that offer a bridge course in the Summer.
3.3.2 Report on Proposal(s) for
California Intersegmental Mathematics Bridge Summer Program(s) (Flashman)
3.4 Service courses for education. (lower division/upper division)
Courses designed for teacher preparation and “Liberal Studies”
3.5 Statistics Courses- with or without computer/calculator stat software.
3.6 Computer recommendations- specifics for mathematics and/or programming?
3.7 What criteria make calculus courses a prerequisite for discrete math?
4 New business!
4.1.1 Alternative locations? CMC3/MAA CA section meetings
4.2 E-mail communications/conference
4.3 Statewide IMPAC Math coordinating committee?
5 Notes for Transfer Web Page
5.1 Possible Information to include on a local transfer web page./catalog/ brochure
5.2 Department requirements
5.3 Department articulation agreements
5.4 Department recommendations
5.5 Department contacts
5.6 Take a look at this web page from Cal Poly SLO
6 Notes for Intersegmental Math Council Activities
6.1 Early advising from U faculty
6.2 U faculty visits to CC's
6.3 Math fair for CC / Pre majors- students- speakers from U's
6.4 Math clubs
6.5 Math competitions
6.6 Connections with MAA, AMATYC, CMC3, AMS?
6.7 Shared events- invitations
6.8 Special events for faculty
6.9 Involvement in changes
Northern California Undergraduate Mathematics Conference
When: April 16, 2005
Where: Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, CA
Who: Undergraduates from Northern California (and their faculty sponsors)
What: Participation and
presentations on all areas of mathematics including applications to
The Sonoma State University Mathematics Department is
inviting undergraduate mathematics students from Northern California to
participate in an undergraduate mathematics conference. In this
conference, undergraduates will have the opportunity to present and
attend 15-minute talks about projects that they are working on. These
projects could include undergraduate research projects, independent
study projects, or any other independent work they are doing that goes
beyond the standard course curriculum. The conference will conclude
with an invited talk by Helen Moore tailored toward undergraduate math students.
Students from all years of study are encouraged to
participate and give presentations on any area of mathematics,
including applications to other disciplines. While we do hope that many
students will give a talk, we welcome all students to attend, as well
as all faculty.
The Northern California Undergraduate Mathematics Conference is
partially funded by a grant from the National Science Foundation and is
administered through the Mathematical Association of America (through DMS-0241090).