MathPaths Video Series
Calling all STEM professionals!

The Charles A. Dana Center at The University of Texas at Austin is looking for dynamic STEM professionals to talk about their work for a video component of our pathway to calculus courses, Reasoning with Functions I and Reasoning with Functions II. Each 5-minute video will show STEM professionals making connections between their work and big mathematical ideas such as geometric reasoning, trigonometry, modeling with functions, and rates of change. 

We are seeking professionals in fields that require calculus, including the natural sciences, computer and information science, mathematics, and engineering. A sense of humor, curiosity about the world, and an engaging personality are a plus. Selected participants will complete a short questionnaire, participate in a video conference call, and receive a small stipend. Upon review of the questionnaire and video conference call, we will extend a second invitation to STEM professionals from this initial planning phase to appear in a longer interview. These participants will receive an additional $500 honorarium for their time and involvement.

To nominate yourself for this exciting project, please submit this form. If selected, we will contact you with more details this spring.
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