Come out on Thursday, March 26th, from 6:00PM* to 7:30PM for the First-Year Teaching Panel. UGA Math Ed graduates will share their first-year experience. Food and drinks will be provided. Location to be announced soon.
Undergraduates! Join MESA for Game Night on Thursday, January 22 from 7pm to 9pm in Aderhold 116. Pizza will be provided.
MESA is currently holding an election for the 2020 MESA Co-Colloquium Chair. Please use the following link to cast your vote.
The election will be open from 8 a.m., Tuesday (1/21/2020) until 5 p.m. the following Tuesday (1/28/2020). If you have any questions, please contact MESA Vice-President, Rett McBride, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
MESA will hold our end of the semester celebration at the ice skating rink at the Classic Center on Wednesday, December 4th. The skate time we’ve selected is 5:00-6:30pm. If you are hesitant about ice skating, fear not! The Classic Center ice rink has skating aids to help support your balance (see photo below!) Please use this sign up sheet to RSVP for the event. Recall, MESA will cover the cost of the ticket for the first 35 individuals that sign up, so act fast! If you plan to bring your partner and/or children, please list their names on separate lines. Look for another email closer to Wednesday about when and where to pick up your ticket if you are one of the lucky 35! Please let me know if you have any questions!
MESA is excited to announce that on Tuesday, November 12th, principals from the surrounding districts will be in Aderhold Hall participating in a panel focused on future educators! The event will start at 6:00pm in Room 229. This will be a great opportunity to build connections with administrators in local school districts, ask questions related to teaching and math education, and learn about these principal’s perspectives. You do not need to be a member of MESA to attend, nor do you need to be in math education. All are welcome!
TI representative, Beth Smith, will conduct a workshop for the student teachers on Tuesday, November 19 from 9:00am – 12:00pm in Room 116. The workshop will focus on high school mathematics topics using the TI-84 CE, TI-Nspire, and the TI-Rover (coding). To participate, please sign up here.
Want to learn about how to fund your next research study? Do you know what goes into the process of grant development? Or what resources are available when writing a grant? What about how to communicate your grant writing plans when you’re on the job market?
Grace Thornton, manager of the research development office in the College of Education at UGA, will answer some of these questions on Monday, September 9 from 2 to 3pm. Location will be announced.
If you have a question that you want Grace to answer, please submit your question below.