Social: Murder Mystery Party
Wednesday, October 28, 2015
3:10pm to 5:00pm
Pierce 1305

Please see calendar for additional information on upcoming events!

2015 Banquet

Upcoming Professional Development Events:
RCOE Symposium
Monday, November 2, 2015 from 7:30am- 3:30pm 
at the Riverside County Office of Education

RCOE Common Core Symposium is a conference focused on Common Core standards and helping teachers develop new teacher skills based on these standards.  Volunteers will be asked to help with setup and cleanup of the conference sessions throughout the day.

CMC Conference
Saturday, October 7, 2015 from 7:30am- 3:30pm 
at the Palm Springs Convention Center

This annual conference is designed to for math teacher to come together and learn the new findings in mathematics teaching. The Conference covers grades K-12. Many well known teachers come to present methods that work best in their classroom as well as new ideas for integrating projects within the classroom.

Road to Teaching Conference
Saturday, November 21, 2015 from 7:30am- 3:30pm 
at Santa Ana College

Road to Teaching Conference is a designed to help future teachers learn what it takes to be a teacher. This conference teachers pre-service teachers the requirements needed to be a teacher as well as what there is to expect as a teacher. 

May Member of the Month
Lizeth Leanos

2015-2016 officers

Established in 2007 TTSM (Tomorrow’s Teachers in Science and Math) is a club on campus at the University of California Riverside. We have activities consisting of general meetings, socials, and fundraisers.For more information about these events please see the calender at the bottom of this page. Not only do we have an overall purpose (which we have stated below), but we also give students at UCR, that share a common interest in teaching science and/or math, the chance to network and socialize with each other. We also offer our members opportunities for professional development and community outreach.


TTSM brings together students that are considering and/or actively pursuing a career in teaching in mathematics and science, with the purpose of:
  • creating a place where future educators are able to form a community and build both personal and professional relationships
  •  preparing members for a career in education by providing opportunities to develop leadership and the skills required for the profession
  • and finally, utilizing our passion for education by motivating disadvantaged high school students in their studies and encouraging them to pursue a college degree following graduation.