Welcome to the homepage for the EPaDel section of the Mathematical Association of America. If your zip code is in the range 16900-19999 then this is your MAA section! We have a list of schools in our section and a nice map of these schools.

Fall Meeting at University of the Sciences in Philadelphia

We have a great program planned for our upcoming meeting. Plan on joining us on October 25 at University of the Sciences in Philadelphia.

We will have an undergraduate mathematics competition, lunch table discussions, and more.

See the schedule and the list of abstracts on this site.

The deadline for pre-registration is October 11, 2014.

We now have the schedule and abstracts for the student talks in pdf form.

Student Chapters Newsletter

Hot off the presses is our new Fall 2014 Student Chapters Newsletter. Take a moment and check out all the great things that have been going on around the section.

“What's New” at the Association

Do want to see a glimpse of all that is happening in the MAA this year? Click here for a lovely presentation that highlights the some of the programs and initiatives.

James P. Crawford EPaDel Teaching Award

Act now to nominate a colleague for our section's award for Distinguished College or University Teaching. The first stage is a simple one page form that is due by December 15, 2014. For details visit the Crawford award page.

Student Paper Competition

The winner of our 2014 student paper competition is Madeline Hanson-Colvin from Bryn Mawr College for her paper Everywhere Continuous Nowhere Differentiable Functions .

If you are an undergraduate in the EPaDel section and would like to enter a paper into our competition, the deadline for 2015 is June 15. Visit our Student Paper Competition page for more details.

EPaDel Speaker List

Presently our EPaDel Spearker List is down due to technical issues.

Upcoming Meetings

Mark your calendars for our Fall meeting on October 25, 2014 at University of the Sciences in Philadelphia.

Locations of upcoming meetings:
October 25, 2014University of the Sciences in Philadelphia
March 14, 2015Franklin & Marshall College