This volume is a bit much for me to leave my mail unread for more than a day. If these are not going to be bundled at least once a day, then could we adopt the convention that we precede the subject line by "MATHEDU:" as in:
SUBJECT: MATHEDU: subject blurb
this would help identify these mails to pick out other (possibly more important personal mail) from the deluge, which since its startup seems to have focused almost exclusively on a very small niche.
also I checked the site:
as advised in a previous mail today and found nothing obvious on the subject: "math education at research universities".
i used the search site engine with keyword "education" and found nothing obvious. why must we hunt so hard if it is really there? I don't have a lot of time to waste "surfing the net".
ucdavis also had nothing obvious either after checking a few links.
so where is stuff on the above topic? why isn't this list at least making clear where to find this stuff easily on the web without starting from scratch with a search engine on a trial and error basis?
Bob Jantzen Villanova University (in western suburb of Philadelphia) Internet: email@example.com Snail: dept of math sciences\ 800 lancaster ave\ villanova university\ villanova, pa 19085-1699 usa Tel/Voice mail: (610)519-7335 dept FAX: (610)519-6928 WWW: http://renoir.vill.edu/faculty/jantzen/html/home.html