The tenth conference of the Association of Christians in the Mathematical Sciences, "Tenth ACMS Conference on Mathematics from a Christian Perspective," held at Taylor University May 31 - June 3, 1995.
The published conference proceedings were edited by Robert L. Brabenec.
The ACMS has four purposes for impacting the lives of Christians in the mathematical sciences, each arising from and connected to our mission statement and statement of belief:
• To encourage exploration of the relationships among faith, scholarship, and teaching.
• To promote meaningful Christian interaction and relationships, providing a community in which there is no separation between faith life and professional life.
• To encourage research and writing, especially on topics exploring the relationships among faith, scholarship, and teaching.
• To promote innovative and effective teaching.
Submissions from 1995
Schedule (1995), Association of Christians in the Mathematical Sciences
Table of Contents (1995), Association of Christians in the Mathematical Sciences
Introduction (1995), David L. Neuhouser
Constructivism, Mathematics Education and Christianity, Ted Watanabe
Experimenting with the Calculus Laboratory Setting, Glen Van Brummelen
Improving the Teaching of Mathematics, David S. Moore
Katz's Book, W. S. Anglin
On the Miracle of the Multiplication of the Loaves and Fishes, Andrew Simoson
Statistics, Mathematics, and Teaching, David S. Moore
The 25 Greatest Mathematicians, Robert Brabenec
The Intermediate Value Theorem, Dale Varberg
Using Data to Develop Mathematical Methods, Philip R. Carlson