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David Kapolka

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Registered: 12/4/04
Re: Welcome! and please post a bio to this thread
Posted: Jun 15, 2005 12:26 PM
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Greetings from DC. I have been working at the National Science Foundation (NSF) since last Aug and finish here Aug 1. I can only participate in spurts this week since NSF (the TPC section in ESIE) loaded me up with 15 prelims to review this week. Gene, I had 16 proposals but had to recuse myself on the one one submitted from the Mathforum w/ your name attached. Last week I was in Colorado grading AP Calc exams. I have had a terrific year at NSF doing all sorts of interesting things including rewriting the application and nomination forms for the Presidential Awards program (www.paemst.org). I spend much of my time dealing with the awards program and selection process. July 19-22 is the selection process for the 2005 secondary level awardees. Lots of planning and coordinationg for that. I apologize for not being more involved this week/year w/ the Mathforum. I have spread the word across the USA however, having attended every NCTM regional and national and national T-cubed conferences. It pays to work for the gov't and have a travel budget! I also resigned from my classroom job in Michigan this past April. Early retirement incentive was too good to pass up. I'll let you all know where I land come September. I downloaded the Fathom problem and may take a crack at it, but time is short........

David


Date Subject Author
6/10/05
Read Welcome! and please post a bio to this thread
Gene Klotz
6/10/05
Read Gene since last year
Gene Klotz
6/17/05
Read Re: Gene since last year
Kristin Henry
6/10/05
Read Re: Welcome! and please post a bio to this thread
Cynthia Lanius
6/10/05
Read Meet Claire
Claire Mead
6/10/05
Read Revising my bio
Ihor Charischak
6/12/05
Read Glad to be back
Ihor Charischak
6/10/05
Read Re: Welcome! and please post a bio to this thread
Craig Russell
6/11/05
Read intro
bershatskyj@mercersburg.edu
6/12/05
Read Update on Jeff L (tackweed)
Jeff LeMIeux
6/13/05
Read Re: Welcome! and please post a bio to this thread
Sierra
6/13/05
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Evan Glazer
6/13/05
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Wanda Brown
6/13/05
Read Greetings from the new Shodor
Bethany Hudnutt
6/13/05
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Jonathan Choate
6/13/05
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Susan Socha
6/13/05
Read Re: Steve's update
Stephen Weimar
6/13/05
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Don Link
6/13/05
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Wanda Brown
6/13/05
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Annie Fetter
6/13/05
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Boone, Susan M
6/14/05
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Alan Cooper
6/14/05
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Wes Shumar
6/14/05
Read Re: Welcome! and please post a bio to this thread
Steve Risberg
6/15/05
Read Re: Welcome! and please post a bio to this thread
David Kapolka
6/16/05
Read Re: Welcome! and please post a bio to this thread
Kristin Henry

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