EPaDel Spring 2017 Section Meeting

The spring 2017 meeting of the EPaDel section of the MAA will be held April 1, 2017 at Kutztown University. We hope to see you in April!

Registration & Call for Speakers

Online registration is open until March 22. After that date, you can still register on-site at a slightly higher cost.

Register for the meeting

Also, please consider nominating an outstanding teacher for the Crawford Award or a student for the Student Papers Prize.

Directions

Most activities take place in the Boehm Science Center, which is building 12 on the Kutztown Campus Map. You can park in Parking Lot B1. If it is full, B2 or A6 can be used.

Directions to Parking Lot B1:
Navigate to GPS 40.511114, -75.782768 first. Turn onto Schaeffer Lane, then left on North Campus Drive. Parking Lot B1 is the first lot on the right.

Schedule

The schedule below is tentative. Please check back on the day of the conference.

TimeEvent
8:30 - 10:45Registration
Boehm Lobby
8:30 - 3:45Silent Auction
Boehm Lobby
8:30 - 9:20Light Breakfast Reception
Boehm Lobby
9:20 - 9:30Welcoming Remarks
Boehm 145
9:30 - 10:25Dominic Klyve (Central Washington University)
Mathematical Fights! The Seedy Underbelly of Mathematical History
Boehm 145
10:25 - 10:30Group Photo
Stairs outside Boehm
10:30 - 10:50Coffee Break
Boehm Lobby
10:50 - 11:45
Concurrent sessions
Robert Ghrist (University of Pennsylvania)
Teaching Calculus in the Internet Age
Boehm 145
Student Competition
Location TBA
11:45 - 12:00Section Awards & Business Meeting
Boehm 145
12:00 - 1:20Lunch & Table Discussions
McFarland Student Union Building 218
1:20 - 2:50
Concurrent sessions
Faculty Contributed Paper Sessions
Student Contributed Paper Sessions
Workshop by Dominic Klyve (Central Washington University)
Teaching Mathematics with Primary Historical Sources
Location TBA
2:50 - 3:45Ben Galluzzo (Shippensburg University)
Fact Checking with Modeling
Boehm 145
3:45 - 4:30Reception & Silent Auction Winner Announcement
Boehm Lobby
4:15 - 4:45Workshop by Eugene Fiorini (Muhlenberg College)
Writing a Successful Grant Proposal (or Give Me the Money)
Sponsored by Section NExT
Boehm 145

Invited Speakers

Workshops

Faculty Contributed Paper Session

If you are interested in giving a faculty talk, please see the Faculty Contributed Paper Session page.

Student Contributed Paper Session

If you are interested in giving a student (graduate or undergraduate) talk, please see the Student Contributed Paper Session page.

Student Competition

Participants will compete in two rounds of mathematical contest for fancy prizes, camaraderie, and most of all fun!

Lunch Table Discussions

Lunch Discussion Topics (PDF)