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The Infinity Project



Geoffrey C. Orsak, Southern Methodist University

Sally L. Wood, Santa Clara Univeristy
Scott C. Douglas, Southern Methodist University
David C. Munson, Jr., University of Michigan
John R. Treichler, Applied Signal Technology
Ravindra A. Athale, DARPA
Mark A. Yoder, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

The Infinity Project gives students a first-hand look at the marvels of technology. It also gives instructors the satisfaction of teaching a fun and engaging class that shows students why math and science are relevant to the world around them. Suitable for high school and early college math- and science-based engineering and technology education, the Infinity Project was developed by a national team led by Southern Methodist University and Texas Instruments. This course is the first of its kind in the country.

The text, Engineering Our Digital Future, published by Prentice Hall—plus a broad spectrum of supplemental materials, classroom technology, and a comprehensive teacher training program—work in concert to motivate students to learn about the infinite possibilities of technology and engineering in today’s world.

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