I taught at three correctional institutions in North Carolina in 2016-2017. I created INMaTE (Identifying and Nurturing Mathematical Talent and Excellence) in an attempt to tap talent in prisons. I later found out of similar initiatives across the nation. Dr. Jennifer Switkes and I organized Innovative Mathematical Outreach in Alternative Settings at the 2018 Joint Mathematics Meetings, held in Sand Diego. You may access the abstracts below.
- The Alliance of Indigenous Math Circles.
Tatiana Dezbah Shubin*, San Jose State University
- Kittitas Valley Math Circle: Circling parents, guardians, and other adults to join in their student’s Math Circle experience.
Brandy S. Wiegers*, Central Washington University
- Julia Robinson Mathematics Festivals—An Alternative to Competition.
Mark Saul*, Julia Robinson Mathematics Festival, a program of AIM
Nancy Blachman, Julia Robinson Mathematics Festival
- Initial outcomes and lessons from the International Mathematics Enrichment Project (IMEP).
Catherine Paolucci*, SUNY New Paltz
Helena Wessels, Stellenbosch University
- Advanced, underserved students: strategies for program design.
Daniel Zaharopol*, The Art of Problem Solving Initiative, Inc.
Ruthi Hortsch, The Art of Problem Solving Initiative, Inc.
- St. Mary’s GED: Mathematics Underpinning GED Education.
Caleb C Moxley*, Birmingham-Southern College
- Teaching Math in Prison: Observations from the Cornell Prison Education Program.
Robert Scott*, Cornell University
- Math Outreach at Graterford State Correctional Institution.
Katie Haymaker*, Villanova University Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Beth Malmskog, Colorado College Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
- An Iranian woman studying in a historical black university teaches College Algebra in prison … .
Zeinab Bandpey*, Morgan State University
- Advising undergraduate research in prison, what worked and what didn’t work.
Branden Stone*, Adelphi University