**RESEARCH LINKS**

- Dynamics in the Cornell Mathematics Department (download software)
- Stony Brook Dynamics Page and thesis server
- Fun Dynamical Systems Java Applets (Boston University)
- David Joyce’s Mandelbrot and Julia set explorer

**PROGRAMS FOR UNDERGRADUATES **

- Carleton & St. Olaf Summer Mathematics Program for Women Undergraduates. I participated as a student in 1995 and a TA in 1999. I highly recommend it!
- Penn State’s Mathematics Advanced Studies Semesters are also a great program for an upper-level undergraduate in Mathematics. I participated as a student in Fall 1996.
- Math in Moscow is a new and exciting opportunity to study abroad and do good math!

**MATH SOCIETIES**

- American Mathematical Society (AMS)
- MathSciNet – find math articles.
- Mathematical Association of America (MAA)
- MAA’s Math Horizons – A publication for undergraduates. (I served on the Advisory Board from Jan 1999 – Dec 2003).
- Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM)

**CALCULUS PROJECTS/ACTIVITIES/WRITING**

- Stewart Calculus Projects
- AP Calculus resources
- Projects-Based Calculus at Cornell
- Projects-Based Calculus at Ithaca College
- Harel Barzilai
- Barry Spieler
- Gavin LaRose
- Calculus Resources Online (Big list at Mathematics Archives, UK)
- Multivariable Calculus with maple
*Student Research Projects in Calculus*, Marcus Cohen, Edward D. Gaughan, Arthur Knoebel, Doublas S. Kurtz, and David Pengelley. MAA, 1991.*Calculus:An Active Approach with Projects*, Steve Hilbert, John Maceli, Eric Robinson, Diane Driscoll Schwartz, and Stan Seltzer. John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 1994.

**MISCELLANEOUS**

- Convergence! Where mathematics, history, and teaching interact A Magazine of the MAA.