Project NExT is a professional development program of the MAA, with major funding provided by the Mary P. Dolciani Halloran Foundation, the Educational Advancement Foundation, the American Mathematical Society, the American Statistical Association, the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, the Association for Symbolic Logic, the W. H. Freeman Publishing Company, John Wiley & Sons, several Sections of the MAA, and the Mathematical Association of America.
About Project NExT
Project NExT (New Experiences in Teaching) is a professional development program for new or recent Ph.D.s in the mathematical sciences. It addresses all aspects of an academic career: improving the teaching and learning of mathematics, engaging in research and scholarship, and participating in professional activities. It also provides the participants with a network of peers and mentors as they assume these responsibilities. To date, 1480 Fellows have participated in Project NExT.
About Project NExT:
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sample workshop program (PDF;25K)
Do you know people who could be consultants or presenters for Project NExT?
Recommend a presenter or consultant. In either case you will need the security word "projectnext".
Information about the presenters: [past program]; About consultants: [PDF] | [text]
Decisions for the 2014-15 Project NExT Fellows were sent out the evening of 1 June.
Applying to Project NExT
Applicants to Project NExT were notified on June 1, 2014 whether they were accepted as 2014-2015 Project NExT Fellows. If you have questions about your application or the selection process, please contact Aparna Higgins, Director of Project NExT, at <aparna(dot)higgins(at)udayton(dot)edu>.
Information for Project NExT Fellows
Information for new (2014-2015) Fellows:
FAQ for incoming Fellows, and
for Accepted Applicants page.
(You will need the password that was sent to you by
e-mail. If you do not have this, please contact
Aparna Higgins, <
2013-2014 Fellows: Your next Project NExT event is a one-day workshop
before the Portland Mathfest. You should plan to arrive in Portland in
time for a social event in the evening of Tuesday, Aug. 5th.
You also need to sign up for your Project NExT course using this form. (You will need the password that was sent to you by e-mail.)
Other Project NExT national and Section NExT Fellows: you may sign up
for a Project NExT course in Portland, which are available to you on a
space-available basis. To sign up, fill out
form. (You will need the password that was sent to you by e-mail;
if you do not have that, please contact Aparna Higgins,
Project NExT Fellow Search Form
Search for Fellows using the Project NExT Fellow search form.
The Project NExT Leadership Team/Contacting Project NExT
The Project NExT leadership team consists of Aparna Higgins, Director (University of Dayton, <aparna.higgins(at)udayton(dot)edu>), and Judith Covington (Louisiana State University, Shreveport, <judith.covington(at)lsus(dot)edu>), Julie Barnes (Western Carolina University, <jbarnes(at)email(dot)wcu(dot)edu>), Matt DeLong (Taylor University, <mtdelong(at)taylor(dot)edu>) and Steve Schlicker (Grand Valley State University, <schlicks(at)gvsu(dot)edu>). Questions regarding Mathematics Education should be directed to Judith Covington. Other questions should be directed to Aparna Higgins.
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