Result of students in Math175 evaluating each others' proofs (check for correct, heart for favorite proof among all groups).

## Upcoming

MMSS: Math of Cryptography.

15-student IBL-style course for high school students

Part of the Michigan Math and Science Scholars program.

## Past

Math 175: Introduction to Cryptology.

Two sections of IBL-style course. University of Michigan.

##### 2016, summer

MMSS: Math of Cryptography.

15-student IBL-style course for high school students

Part of the Michigan Math and Science Scholars program.

##### 2015, fall semester

Math 175: Introduction to Cryptology.

Two sections of IBL-style course. University of Michigan.

Course content available at CTools.

##### 2015, summer

MMSS: Math of Cryptography.

15-student IBL-style course for high school students

Part of the Michigan Math and Science Scholars program.

##### 2015, winter semester

Math 310: Chance and Counting.

22-student IBL-style course. University of Michigan.

##### 2014, fall semester

Math 175: Introduction to Cryptology.

17-student IBL-style course. University of Michigan.

Course content available at CTools.

##### 2014, spring semester

Math181: A Mathematical World.

25-student course, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.

##### 2013, fall semester

Math220: Calculus.

25-student course, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.

##### 2010, fall semester

Math 241: Multivariable Calculus

One discussion section, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.

##### 2009, fall semester

Math 241: Multivariable Calculus

Two discussion sections, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.

##### 2008, spring semester

Math 246: Differential Equations

Four discussion sections, University of Maryland College Park.

##### 2007, fall semester

Math 241: Multivariable Calculus

Two discussion sections, University of Maryland College Park.

##### 2007, spring semester

Math 141: Calculus II

One discussion section, University of Maryland College Park.

##### 2006, fall semester

Math 140: Calculus I

One discussion section, University of Maryland College Park.