The seventeenth conference of the Association of Christians in the Mathematical Sciences, "Seventeenth Conference of the Association of Christians in the Mathematical Sciences," held at Wheaton College May 27 - 30, 2009.
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 2009
Schedule (2009), Association of Christians in the Mathematical Sciences
Table of Contents (2009), Association of Christians in the Mathematical Sciences
Introduction (2009), Terry Perciante
Paper Abstracts (2009), Association of Christians in the Mathematical Sciences
A Career Preparation Course for Students in Mathematics and Computer Science, Donna Pierce and Peter A. Tucker
Approvimating Sums of Infinite Series, Kara Garrison and Thomas E. Price
Are Mathematical Entities Real?, Phillip E. Lestmann
A Vision for ACMS, James Bradley
Can Critical Thinking Be Redeemed?, Jeremy Case
Exploring the Limits of Computing Through Exhaustive Search, Jeffrey L. Lehman
Fire! Lessons Learned and Applied to Computer Systems, Kim P. Kihlstrom
Galileo's Solution to Dante's Riddle, Andrew Simoson
Integrating dynamic software into geometry courses at middle school, high school, and college levels: Ten lesson plan and instruction material units incorporating Geometer's Sketchpad Version 4.07, Jamie Blauw, Lauren Zylstra, and Dave Klanderman
Monoids for Math Majors, Brian D. Beasley
Sage: Math in Your Dorm Room, from Calculus to Research, Karl-Dieter Crisman
Supplemental Vocabulary Acquisition in The Desymbol Logic Translator, Darren F. Provine and Nancy Lynn Tinkham