Survey on Undergraduate Program


MAA is engaged in strategic planning around issues of teaching in support of all Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) majors. We are canvassing mathematicians to help us identify the most important aspects of this issue to them and to their departments, gauge the usefulness of existing MAA materials and programs, and identify how we can position these materials and programs so that they are more useful. Please forward this email to the other members of your department and ask them to take this very brief survey at 2


NSA Announces New Grant Submission Process


The NSA's Mathematical Sciences Program (MSP) is now accepting grant applications through its new electronic submission system. Paper applications are no longer accepted. Due to the delay in the new system's availability, the MSP has extended this year's application deadline to 6pm PST on NOVEMBER 3, 2008. For access to the new system, and for the most up-to-date information on proposal guidelines and preparation instructions, please visit path=nsa-ams.


For questions or concerns about the new electronic proposal submission system, please contact Dana Chyung at the American Mathematical Society by e-mail at, or by phone at 800-321-4267 x4170. For questions regarding proposal content, topics for proposals, or for questions about the administration of awards, please call the NSA MSP office at 301-688-0400. MSP Program Administrator Barbara Johnson may be contacted by email at, and MSP Director Michelle Wagner may be reached by email at Ms. Johnson should be included on all email correspondence to the NSA MSP.




Michael Pearson

Associate Executive Director

Director of Programs and Services

Mathematical Association of America

1529 Eighteenth St NW

Washington DC 20036

Phone: 202-387-5200