*in his blog*

*Launchings*where he discusses one of our latest ebooks,

*Undergraduate Mathematics for the Life Sciences: Models, Processes, and Directions*edited by Glenn Ledder, Jenna P. Carpenter, and Timothy D. Comar.

*MAA has just published a Notes volume,*Undergraduate Mathematics for the Life Sciences: Models, Processes, and Directions

*[1] that provides examples and advice for mathematics departments that want to reach out to the growing population of biological science majors.*

*Biological science majors have replaced prospective engineers as the largest group of students taking regular Calculus I. From the MAA’s Calculus Survey [2], just over 28% of all students in mainstream Calculus I intend to pursue a major in the biological sciences, the largest single group of majors in this course.*

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