Congratulations to PRIME! The Mathematics and Statistics Associations Summit at MSU on Saturday, March 23rd drew over 60 speakers and attendees from around the country to address the opportunities and challenges for the future of mathematics and statistics education.
The group was welcomed by Ralph Putnam, Director of the Program in Mathematics Education, Phillip Duxbury, Dean of the College of Natural Science, and Robert Floden, Dean of the College of Education.
Joan Ferrini-Mundy, President of the University of Maine, set the stage for the rest of the day with her keynote address, urging the mathematics and statistics communities moving forward to be open and flexible, focus on collaboration, and think not only about today’s learner but the learner of the future.
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This event was captured via livestream and will be posted in the near future at the following link: