Date:Friday, November 14, 1997
Time:10 am to 3 pm
Location:SUNY Stony Brook, Math Tower, Room S240

10:00 amWelcoming Remarks
10:15 amDartmouth College's Mathematics Across the Curriculum
Dorothy Wallace, Project Director
11:00 amBreak
11:15 amThe Importance of Interdisciplinary Thinking in Industry
Lee Seitelman, Pratt & Whitney
noonBuffet Lunch (no charge)
1:00 pmParallel Workshop Sessions
  1. Assessment of Teaching and Learning
  2. Computer Based Laboratories: A Series of Experiments Integrating Biology, Mathematics and Physics

The Conference will provide an open forum for faculty to explore various aspects of assessment with colleagues. The workshops on assessment will be structured as discussions, facilitated by a group leader. In addition, the afternoon workshop on Computer Based Laboratories will demonstrate actual experiments integrating Biology, Mathematics and Physics data.

Faculty involved in quantitative instruction (social and natural sciences, engineering, business and mathematics) are encouraged to attend the conference and learn more about the Long Island Consortium.

For further information contact the Consortium Office at 632-7321 or 632-0514 or e-mail

State University of New York is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Educator and Employer.
If you need a disability-related accommodation, please call the Long Island Consortium Office at 632-7321.