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Following is a selection of presentations from the Joint Mathematics Meetings, 8-11 January 1997, San Diego, CA.

MAA Session

Interdisciplinary Courses--Integrating Mathematics and Other DisciplinesOrganizers:

Agnes M. Rash, St. Joseph's University arash@sju.edu

Sandra Fillebrown, St. Joseph's University sfillebr@sju.edu

Quantitative Reasoning Across the Disciplines: Interdisciplinary Courses

John M Quinn

Frank A Cerreto

Charles W HerlandsMathematics in a Learning Community

Scott A. Smith, Columbia College (SC)Music, Mathematics, and Cryptology

Craig M. Johnson, Marywood CollegeMathematics and Models in Music

Alexandra Kurepa, North Carolina A&T State University

Rodney A Waschka, North Carolina State UniversityA Business Calculus and Principles of Accounting I Learning Community

Joanne D. Kossegi, SUNY at Oswego

Joan Carroll, SUNY at OswegoIntegrating Mathematical Statistics Into The Occupational Therapy Curriculum

Laurie J Sawyer, Ph.D.

William R Croninger, OTR/LTeaching Undergraduates to Consult in Applied Mathematics

Philip E. Luft, Salisbury State UniversityMathematical Models in Chemistry - An Interdisciplinary Approach

Agnes M. Rash, St. Joseph's UniversityMathematics and Biology: An Interdisciplinary GER Course

Sandra Fillebrown, St. Joseph's UniversityLife Sciences Laboratories for Calculus and Differential Equations

James L. Cornette, Iowa State UniverstiyAn Integrated Mathematics/Biology Course for a Freshman Honors Class

David R Stone, Georgia Southern University

William S Irby, Georgia Southern UniversityA Coordinated Introduction to Mechanics and Calculus

Laurie Fathe, Occidental College

Michael A McDonald, Occidental College

Jennifer J Quinn, Occidental College

George Schmiedeshoff, Occidental CollegeA course integrating calculus and physics

Martin A JacksonInterdisciplinary Course in Fourier Optics

James S. Walker, UW-Eau ClaireAn Integrated Pre-Engineering Curriculum

Phillip L. Zenor, Auburn University

Jack W. Rogers, Jr., Auburn UniversityGround Spill Diffusion and Convection: An Interdisciplinary Lively Applications Project Linking Math and Engineering

Joseph D. Myers, United States Military Academy

Eric B. Zimmerman, United States Military AcademyMultidisciplinary Course in Nonlinear Dynamics

Neil Fleishon

Jean Marie McDill, Calif. Polytechnic State Univ.

Kent Morrison

Rod Schoonover

John P. Sharpe

Nilgun Sungar

AMS Special Session

Mathematics of Industry, Government and Business: A SurveyOrganizers:

Desiree A. Beck, Washington, DC dbeck@afterlife.ncsc.mil

Precise Positioning of Ground Targets Observed by Airborne Surveillance Radar

Mark G. Yarbrough, Daniel H. Wagner, Associates

What's a mathematician like you doing in a place like that?

Leon H. Seitelman, Pratt &Whitney

Mathematics in Preclinical Drug Development

Laura A. Bloom, Agouron Pharmaceuticals, Inc.

A Survey of Mathematical Applications in Biotechnology and Related Fields.

Stanley J. Benkoski, Wagner Associates

Nonlinear Interference Suppression Techniques for Digital Communications

James W. Bond, SAIC

Reynolds Equation and Its Impact on the Data Storage Industry

Derry Connolly

NSF-funded projects under the DUE interdisciplinary initiative.

MAA Committee on Undergraduate Programs in Mathematics Panel DiscussionOrganizers:

Frank R. Giordano, COMAP

Presenters:

William E. Boyce, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Dennis DeTurck, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia

Steven R. Dunbar, University of Nebraska

James H. Lightbourne, National Science Foundation

Daniel P. Maki, Indiana University

Alan C. Tucker, SUNY-Stony Brook

Dorothy I. Wallace, Dartmouth College

Lee Zia, National Science Foundation

Using real-world data to motivate the teaching and learning of mathematics.

MAA Panel DiscussionOrganizers:

Florence S. Gordon, New York Institute of Technology

Sheldon P. Gordon, Suffolk Community College

A roundtable discussion with the client disciplines.

MAA CRAFTY Panel DiscussionOrganizers:

Sheldon P. Gordon, Suffolk Community College

Panelists:

Ron Oaxaca, University of Arozona

John Prados, NSF and the University of Tennessee

Wayne Roberge, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Michael Ruane, Boston University

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