Monday, September 25, 2006
In addition, we've formed a partnership with the Riverbend Community Math Center. Amanda Serenevy, President of Riverbend Community Math Center, will work closely with me to organize festival events. Amanda is committed to teaching children (and adults!) how mathematics relates to real-life events. I'm so impressed by her creative ideas; Amanda knows how make the study of mathematics FUN!
Folks, I'm thrilled about this latest development, and I hope you are, too!
Tuesday, September 12, 2006
As of today, this is what the network looks like:
Please don't hurt your eyes by looking at this network! If you want to see an improved version of the network, click here.
Here's a breakdown of the network by color:
Red--IUSB faculty and students
Blue--Friends and family
Light blue--UGA colleagues
Light green--South Bend businesses
Black--South Bend Recycling Center
Grey--The Logan Center
Based on this information, there are two major hubs: me and Gwynn Mettetal. Gwynn is the Department Chair of Psychology at IUSB, so it's no real surprise that she's very well connected. She's a valuable resource, indeed!
Anyway, please feel free to contact me if you wish to become part of the Conserve Plastic Bags network!