Mathematica Militaris, in publication since 1989, serves as a forum for exchanging ideas, views, experiences and studies concerning mathematics education at the five Federal Service Academies. As an online journal, it provides faculty the opportunity to formally present these thoughts to the academies and beyond. Example topics are pedagogy, use of technology in the classroom, course and thesis projects, curriculum, and instructor and career development.
Contributions are always welcome. Please see the contact information below and the current call for papers.
Benefits of Publication in Mathematica Militaris:
1. It provides a sense of pride and accomplishment in formally organizing thoughts about something.
2. It is a forum to share thoughts with your academy and the other academies.
3. It is a place to advertise your interests with others and build network connections and future collaborations.
4. It illustrates independent scholarship (resume or portfolio builder for promotion or job selection).
5. It is an outlet for Master Teacher activity.
6. It is a place to publish preliminary work for writing in a more scholarly publications.
The Value of Air Force Sabbaticals to Operations, Academia, and Cadets - Dr. Ralph Boedigheimer, Dr. Michael Brilleslyper, Dr. Dale Peterson, and Dr. Bradley Warner, USAFA
An Application of Matrix Theory to Baseball Rankings - Dr. David Joyner, USNA
- Humans are Underrated: Geoff Colvin on the Importance of Empathy - Dr. Caroline Melles, USNA
Previous Editions (Link)
Submitting Papers (Link)
|Editor in Chief
Dr. Ivan Dungan
|Dr. Mee Seong Im|
|MAJ Chané Jackson|
|CPT Patrick Kuiper|
|CPT Andrew Plucker|
|LTC Everett Williams |
|Articles should be submitted (as a latex file) to the editors at firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com with the words "Mathematica Militaris" in the subject line. |
||Editor, Mathematica Militaris|
United States Military Academy
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West Point, NY 10996-1905