ISSN (printed): 1051-1970. ISSN (electronic): 1935-4053.
PRIMUS is a refereed journal devoted to dialogue and exchange of ideas among those interested in teaching undergraduate mathematics. This includes those who prepare students for college level mathematics, those who teach college level mathematics, and those who receive students who have been taught college level mathematics. Each issue contains relevant and worthwhile material for those interested in collegiate mathematics education. While the primary interest is in first person descriptive and narrative articles about implemented teaching strategies and interesting mathematics, there is also opportunity for writing broad survey articles, formal studies of new teaching approaches, assessments of planned and in place strategies, and general discussion writing on teaching undergraduate mathematics. The journal motto, "The lightning spark of the thought generated in the solitary mind awakens in another mind . . ." by the Scottish essayist Thomas Carlyle means that publishing in PRIMUS is a way of sharing ideas so that others can use and build upon the author's efforts. We welcome your ideas and experiences.
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