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Mathematica Conference

  • To: mathgroup at christensen.cybernetics.net
  • Subject: [mg468] Mathematica Conference
  • From: James Mccrickard <mccricka at cs.uwp.edu>
  • Date: Tue, 14 Feb 1995 09:52:28 -0600 (CST)

At the University of Wisconsin at Parkside we have just begun to integrate 
the use of Mathematica into our undergraduate physics and mathematics 
curricula.  We know that other institutions have already done this and 
thought that the best way for us to learn what other people are doing 
would be to host a conference, to be titled "Integrating Mathematica into 
the Undergraduate Curriculum".  We intend to have two invited talks, 
one by a physicist and the other by a mathematician, as well as 
contributed talks by conference participants.  We are currently in the 
planning stages.  Can anyone in the Mathgroup suggest the name 
of a physicist (we have already settled on a mathematician) who would be 
well-suited to give one of the invited talks?  If you know of someone please 
send his/her name, institution and phone number to Jim McCrickard at 
mccricka at cs.uwp.edu.  Once we have made the final arrangements for the 
conference, we will formally announce it to the Mathgroup.

     Thanks,

          Jim McCrickard     



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