Posted on Oct 11, 2017
Marian Prince, PhD, has made four trips to Nepal to improve math education. Now she is collaborating with Choice Humanitarian to provide 50 advanced TI graphing calculators to teach difficult topics, one each for 50 middle and high school teachers in the village of Lamjung. These tools allow the teachers to go beyond plugging values into formulas. Her goal is $7,000 for the next trip.  To learn more or donate to the Nepal Calculator Project click here. Marian was advised to contact a Rotary club in Nepal and to pursue an RI grant.
 
Marian also works locally. Through her position at Andrews University she has developed Math in a Box, a mixture of math games to improve math skills.  The Box is available for temporary use reserving a box at Andrews; click here. The box is delivered to any school in Berrien County.
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