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  1. J. Ellis-Monaghan, “Reading, ‘Riting, and Reals”,  chapter in  Innovative Techniques for Teaching Proof-Writing, in press
  2. J. Ellis-Monaghan, G. Pangborn, “An example of practical organization for undergraduate research experiences”,  PRIMUS, 23 (9),  pp. 805-814, 2013.
  3.  J. Ellis-Monaghan, G. Pangborn, “Using DNA self-assembly design strategies to motivate graph theory concepts,”  Math. Model. Nat. Phenom., 6, no. 6 (2011) 96-107.
  4. G. Ashline, J. Ellis-Monaghan, Z. Kadas, D. McCabe, “Math and Bio 2010: Shell morphology overview and poster,”   MAA Focus, 30 (3), 2010, 15-17.
  5. J. Ellis-Monaghan, "Considering the chalkless classroom," PRIMUS, 20 (4), 2010, 332 – 343E-Mpre.pdf
  6. G. Ashline, J. Ellis-Monaghan, Z. Kadas, D. McCabe, “Modeling seashell morphology,” UMAP Module 801. In UMAP/ILAP Modules 2009: Tools for Teaching, edited by Paul J. Campbell, 101-139.   AE-MKMpre.pdf
  7. G. Ashline, K-D. Crisman, J. Ellis-Monaghan, Z. Kadas, G. Pangborn, L. Simons, “What we learned…by organizing and hosting an MAA sectional meeting”,  MAA Focus, April/May 2009    AE-MKPS09.pdf
  8. G. Ashline, J. Ellis-Monaghan, “How high?  How fast?  How long?  Modeling water rocket flight with calculus,” PRIMUS XVI, no. 2 (2006), 121-137  AE-M06.pdf
  9. G. Ashline, J. Ellis-Monaghan, “A house of your own: The mathematics of the American dream, part II,” The New Jersey Mathematics Teacher 63 no. 2 (2005)  20-26. AE-M05a.pdf
  10. G. Ashline, J. Ellis-Monaghan, “Credit cards and cars: The mathematics of the American dream, part I,” The New Jersey Mathematics Teacher, 63 no. 1 (2005) 16-23. AE-M05b.pdf
  11. A. Daniels*, J. Ellis-Monaghan, Surreal Seashells, The Pi Mu Epsilon Journal, 12 no. 1 (2004) 36. DE-M04.pdf
  12. G. Ashline, J. Ellis-Monaghan, The lottery: A dream co me true or a tax on people who are bad at math?   PRIMUS XIV no. 4 (2004) 303-314.  AE-M04.pdf
  13. G. Ashline, A. Brizard, and J. Ellis-Monaghan, Water rockets in flight: Calculus in action, UMAP/ILAP Modules, 2002-2003: Tools for Teaching.  151-189. ABE-M02-03.pdf
  14. G. Ashline, J. Ellis-Monaghan, Home sweet home: A financial incentive for the lower level mathematics course, PRIMUS XI, no. 1 (2001), 16–26. AE-M01.pdf
  15. G. Ashline, J. Ellis-Monaghan, How many people are in your future? Elementary models of population growth,  in Making meaning: Integrating science through the case study approach to teaching and learning, ed. S. Kuntz et al,  McGraw-Hill Primis, 1999, pp. 42–80. AE-M99a.pdf
  16. G. Ashline, J. Ellis-Monaghan, How many people are in your future? Elementary models of population growth (updated version), Case studies in ecology, ed. S. Kuntz et al., accompanying the 1st editions of Manuel Molles’ text Ecology: Concepts and Applications. WCB McGraw-Hill, New York, 1999. AE-M99a.pdf
  17. G. Ashline, J. Ellis-Monaghan, Interdisciplinary population projects in a first semester calculus course, PRIMUS IX (March 1999), 39–55. AE-M99c.pdf
  18. G. Ashline, J. Ellis-Monaghan, Microcosm to macrocosm: Population models in biology and demography, Tools for Teaching, UMAP unit 777 (1999), 39–80. AE-M99d.pdf