MCIS Hosts 2nd "Numb3rs @ JSU" Workshop
The Mathematical, Computing, and Informational Sciences (MCIS) Department is
excited to announce its 2nd Annual "Numb3rs at JSU" workshop
that is open to any high school counselor/teacher to attend.
In addition to learning more about the latest that the MCIS department has to
offer (e.g., robotics, game and Web design, etc.), this year the workshop offers
"hands-on" breakout sessions in the afternoon that provides additional training
At present, the following sessions are scheduled to be offered: MatLab &
Maple (presenters Dr. Monica Trifas & Dr. Jaedeok Kim), Math Manipulatives
(presenter Rhonda Kilgo), Multimedia & Pod Casting (presenter Gaus Alam),
Google’s Suite of Applications (presenter Dr. Aaron Garrett).
Although this is a free event to attend (lunch will also be
provided by the MCIS department), we recommend that you e-mail your interest in
attending to workshop coordinator Jerry Reaves (
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) ASAP as there are a limited number of places available.
The "Numb3rs at JSU" workshop will be held this year on Wednesday, June 11
from 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. in Ayers Hall on the JSU campus, Room 355. Be sure to
follow the MCIS Web page and the Upcoming
Events link for the latest updates.
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