NNN Membership

Numeracy is multi-disciplinary.  Thus, NNN is multi-disciplinary: it is independent of any particular discipline.  NNN relies totally on its members for its regular funding.   Your membership is critical.  Your membership allows NNN to host or co-sponsor conferences, to give workshops and talks on QL, and to publish Numeracy: the premier journal of the QL movement.

To join NNN, go to the Join NNN page.   To make a donation, go to the Donate page.
To renew your NNN membership, click on "View Profile" in the upper right corner. 

Here is a list of our institutional members.


Fall 2017 Letter from the NNN President

Dear Colleagues,

I hope this message finds you well on your way in the fall semester.  I am writing to encourage you to renew your membership for 2017.  Individual memberships are still $30 and institutional memberships are $250 that includes six individual memberships.  Dues help support our mission:

The National Numeracy Network promotes education that integrates quantitative skills across all disciplines and at all levels. To this end the Network supports faculty development, curriculum design, assessment strategies, education research and systemic change. The Network is the professional organization serving and promoting collaborations among those students, educators, academic centers, educational institutions, professional societies and corporate partners sharing our vision. The Network also strives to keep issues of quantitative literacy at the forefront of national and international conversations about educational priorities.

We are excited to be moving forward with a new website this year and to officially announce our fall 2017 NNN conference in NYC.  The website will continue to be a valuable resource with new dynamic content.  Our conference theme will be on Connections between Digital Humanities and Numeracy, and will be coordinated with Barnard College. 

Your dues are important in making both of these initiatives a reality!  We hope to see everyone next fall in NYC for productive discussions on how the emerging fields of digital humanities and numeracy can mutually reinforce each other, and inform our teaching and learning.

 Best wishes for the academic year,

Eric Gaze

Director of the QR Program, Bowdoin College
Center for Learning and Teaching Chair
National Numeracy Network President
(207) 725-3135

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