EPaDel Spring 2018 Section Meeting

The Spring 2018 meeting was held March 24, 2018 at Temple University.

Invited Speakers

Workshop

Faculty Contributed Paper Session

Faculty talk schedule (PDF)

Faculty talk abstracts (PDF)

More information about the Faculty Contributed Paper Session.

Student Contributed Paper Session

Student talk schedule (PDF)

Student talk abstracts (PDF)

More information about the Student Contributed Paper Session.

Student Poster Session

Poster Session Abstracts (PDF)

The poster session is open to undergraduate and graduate students who want to present either original or expository mathematics work in the form of a poster. Presenters will be expected to be available for a general description of the poster and questions during the session. Recommended poster size: 36inx48in.

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)

Schedule

The conference takes place in the Science Education and Research Center (SERC).

TimeEvent
8:30 - 10:10Registration
SERC Lobby
8:30 - 4:00Silent Auction
SERC Lobby
8:30 - 9:05Light Breakfast Reception
(Coffee/tea, pastries, bagels)
SERC Lobby
9:05 - 9:15Welcoming Remarks
Michael Lawlor, Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Affairs
SERC 00116
9:15 - 10:10Gary Gordon & Liz McMahon (Lafayette College)
Moving Faces to Other Places: Facet Derangements of the Hypercube
SERC 00116
10:10 - 10:40Student Poster Session & Coffee Break
SERC Lobby
10:40 - 11:35
Concurrent sessions
Frank Fiedler (Wesley College)
It's Good To Be A Generalist
SERC 00116
Student Competition
Anderson Hall
11:35 - 11:50Section Awards & Business Meeting
SERC 00116
11:50Group Photo
11:55 - 1:05Lunch & Table Discussions
SERC Lobby
1:05 - 2:00
Concurrent sessions
Workshop by Gary Gordon & Liz McMahon
The Joy of SET
SERC 00116
Faculty Contributed Paper Sessions
Anderson Hall -- Various Locations
2:00 - 3:10Student Contributed Paper Sessions
Anderson Hall -- Various Locations
3:10 - 4:05Carol Schumacher (Kenyon College)
Zeroing in on the Implicit Function Theorem
SERC 00116
4:05Reception & Silent Auction Winner Announcement
SERC Lobby
4:30 - 5:00Section NExT Activity by Katie Haymaker & Brian Kronenthal
Finding Entry Points to the MAA Instructional Practices Guide
SERC 00116
5:00End of Meeting