These are excerpts from the program for the Joint Mathematics Meetings, January 1013, 1996, Orlando, Florida.
Sessions
From the MAA Session on Planning Reformed Calculus Programs  Experiences and
Advice:
 Implementation of a new curriculum: How the paradigm shift affects all aspects of instruction.
Barbara E. Reynolds, Cardinal Stritch College and Brown University
 A taxonomy for creating writing assignments in mathematics.
Thomas G. Travison, Skidmore College
 Implementing C4L.
William E. Fenton, Bellarmine College
 Establishing a departmental consensus for reform.
James J. Reynolds, Clarion University
 Close contact calculus at the University of Maryland, College Park.
Denny Gulick, University of Maryland, College Park
 Some errors to avoid in reforming a calculus program.
John S. Meyer, Muhlenberg College
 Restructuring calculus at Sam Houston State University.
David Karl Ruch, Sam Houston State University
 Students' retention in the light of calculus reform.
Vesna Kilibarda, University of Alaska, Juneau
 Departmental change: Working with other disciplines.
J. Curtis Chipman, Oakland University
 Maxima and minima in
designing the AUGMENT curriculum.
Lawrence E. Copes, Augsburg College
 Implementing a Mathematicabased calculus curriculum.
Francisco Alarcon, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Charles H. Bertness, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Rebecca A. Stoudt, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
 Gaining college wide acceptance for reformed calculus.
Robert P. Webber, Longwood College
 Seven years of Project CALC at Duke Universityapproaching a steady state?
Jack Bookman, Duke University
 Calculus reform at the University of Northern Colorado.
Dean E. Allison, University of Northern Colorado
 Process of calculus reform at UNCA: Students, faculty,
administration, grants.
Sherry L. Gale, University of North Carolina, Asheville
 A tale of two calculus reforms.
Daniel J. Hrozencik, Westminster College
 Assessing calculus reform at a twoyear college.
Maria R. Brunett, Montgomery College
 A comparison of calculus teaching methodologies: The need for evaluation in calculus reform.
Susan L. Ganter, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
 Evaluating calculus reform: Complex challenges of context and methodology.
Joan FerriniMundy, University of New Hampshire
Darien Lauten, University of New Hampshire
 Two departments: A fictional tale of change and illusion.
Martin E. Flashman, Humboldt State University
Susan Tappero, Cabrillo College
 Where there is a strong will, there is a way.
Claudia L. PinterLucke, California State Polytech University,
Pomona
 Planning science reform at a small college.
Betty Mayfield, Hood College
 Attracting teachers to use computer algebra systems in the classroom.
Lisa Townsley Kulich, Illinois Benedictine College
 Planning and
implementation of calculus reform curricula: What worked and what we're
still working on.
Janet L. Beery, University of Redlands
Richard N. Cornez, University of Redlands
Alexander E. Koonce, University of Redlands
Allen R. Killpatrick, University of Redlands
Mary E. Scherer, University of Redlands
 Some formative and summative evaluations of a reform calculus
program.
Morton Brown, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
 Cooperative teaching: Lessons from calculus reform at Occidental College.
Donald Y. Goldberg, Occidental College
Alan P. Knoerr, Occidental College
AMS Special Session on Mathematics and Education Reform
 Current status and remaining agenda of the calculus reform
movement.
Alan C. Tucker, State University of New York, Stony Brook
 Calculus instruction: Opportunities for bridgebuilding.
Deborah Hughes Hallett, Harvard University
 Calculus reform and the advanced placement program.
Raymond J. Cannon, Jr., Baylor University
 "The Irrelevance of Calculus Reform", and the aftermath.
George E. Andrews, Pennsylvania State University, University Park
 A history of one calculus reform project.
William J. Davis, Ohio State University, Columbus
 The workshop approach: Abandoning lectures.
Nancy Baxter Hastings, Dickinson College
 Next steps.
Ronald G. Douglas, State University of New York, Stony Brook
 Calculus reform, anthropologyzoology.
Franklin A. Wattenberg, Weber State University
 A mathematics technology classroom: Evolution of a calculus reform
implementation.
Anita J. Salem, Rockhurst College
 Writing to learn calculus: Why, what, how.
David A. Smith, Duke University
Panel Discussions
A modern course in calculus.
MAA Panel Discussion
Organizers:
A. Wayne Roberts, Macalester College
Panelists:
Martin Flashman, Humboldt State University
Sheldon Gordon, Suffolk Community College
Margret Hoft, University of Michigan, Dearborn
Sharon Ross, DeKalb University
Future perspectives on calculus.
MAA Panel Discussion
Organizers:
Donald B. Small, U. S. Military Academy
Does calculus reform really work?
AMS Committee on Education Panel Discussion
Moderators:
John H. Ewing, American Mathematical Society
Panelists:
George E. Andrews, Pennsylvania State University
Morton Brown, University of Michigan
John C. Polking, Rice University
Poster Sessions
Innovations in freshman and sophomore mathematics instruction.
MAA CUPM Subcommittee on Calculus Reform and the First Two Years Poster
Session
Minicourses
