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Colloquium Series: Grace Thornton, COE Research Development Manager

When: Monday, September 9, 2019

Time: 2-3 pm

Where: Aderhold 229

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.


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MESA Officers 2019-2020

President: Jonathan Foster, mesaofficerpresident@gmail.com

Vice President: C. Rett McBride, mesaofficervicepresident@gmail.com

Secretary: Claire Sarver, mesaofficersecretary@gmail.com

Treasurer: Anne Waswa, mesaofficertreasurer@gmail.com

NCTM Representative: Jenna Menke, mesaofficernctmrep@gmail.com

Colloquium Chairs: Halil Tasova & Biyao Liang

TME Editors: Halil Tasova & Brandon Singleton

Undergraduate Representatives: Miranda Hermes, Katelyn West, & Taylor Anne Hill, mesaofficerundergradrep@gmail.com

Advisor: Dr. Dorothy White, mesaofficeradvisor@gmail.com

Dr. Saenz-Ludlow – Colloquium

Join us on Monday, February 25th for a colloquium hosted by Dr. Adalira Saenz-Ludlow of University of North Carolina at Charlotte. The title of her talk is, ” Are Diagrams Conceptualizing Tools?”

Event: Feb. 25th, 3:00 pm in Aderhold room 229

Abstract: The colloquium will focus on the nature of diagrams and diagrammatic reasoning from the semiotics of Charles Sanders Peirce. What are the elements of Peircean SIGNS and why are they dynamic and evolving? Why do SIGNS depend on subjectivity without leaving behind objectivity? What kind of SIGNS are diagrams and what kind of reasoning do they mediate?  Examples from the mathematical activity of children and teachers as well as from the history of mathematics will shed light on diagrams as conceptualizing tools.

Please email mesacolloquium@uga.edu to sign up for a meal or meeting with our guest. Don’t miss out on this great opportunity!

Begles – February 22nd

It is time for the second Begles! Thanks to Dr. Sybilla Beckmann who has opened her home (please contact MESA for address)!

Hope you can make it and thanks for letting us know! To RSVP, use this Google Sheet. Please let us know if you will attend and, like always, bring friends, family, and significant others.