The twenty-first conference of the Association of Christians in the Mathematical Sciences, held at Charleston Southern University, May 31 - June 2, 2017.
The published proceedings were edited by Russell W. Howell.
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 2017
Association of Christians in the Mathematical Sciences Proceedings 2017, Association of Christians in the Mathematical Sciences
Conference Schedule (2017), Association of Christians in the Mathematical Sciences
Table of Contents (2017), Association of Christians in the Mathematical Sciences
Introduction (2017), Association of Christians in the Mathematical Sciences
Paper Abstracts (2017), Association of Christians in the Mathematical Sciences
A Pre-Calculus Controversy: Infinitesimals and Why They Matter, Karl-Dieter Crisman
"Big Idea" Reflection Assignments for Learning and Valuing Mathematics, Jeremy Case and Mark Colgan
Blended Courses Across the Curriculum: What Works and What Does Not, Ryan Botts, Lori Carter, and Catherine Crockett
Developing the Underutilized Mathematical Strengths of Students, Patrick Eggleton
Finding Meaning in Calculus (and Life), Doug Phillippy
Mentoring as a Statistical Educator in a Christian College, L. Marlin Eby
Start a Math Teacher Circle: Connect K-12 Teachers with Engaging, Approachable, and Meaningful Mahtematical Problems, Thomas Clark, Mike Janssen, Amanda Harsy, Dave Klanderman, Mandi Maxwell, and Sharon Robbert
The Resolved and Unresolved Conjectures of R.D. Carmichael, Brian D. Beasley
The Set of Zero Divisors of a Factor Ring, Jesús Jiménez
The Topology of Harry Potter: Exploring Higher Dimensions in Young Adult Fantasy Literature, Sarah Klanderman, Alexa Schut, Dave Klanderman, and William Boerman-Cornell
Variations on the Calculus Sequence, Christopher Micklewright