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Section Announcements

  • Service and Teaching Awards

    Congratulations to the 2021 section award winners! Linda McKinley from Indiana University - Bloomington received the Distinguished Teaching Award, while Justin Gash from Franklin College received the Distinguished Service Award.

  • MAA Communities

    MAA Connect is the MAA's new online community for members to connect, communicate and collaborate with peers. It's your platform to share ideas, ask questions, and network. Visit to log-in and join the Indiana Section MAA Community.

  • A Piece of History

    In the most recent contribution from our section historian, Rick Gillman looks at Indiana connections in the MAA's national leadership. You can read the full article here.

  • MAA Award Winner

    Congratulations to Rick Gillman from Valparaiso University, the winner of the 2019 Mathematical Association of America Certificate for Meritorious Service. You can read more details about Rick's honor here.

  • Did You Know?

    Indiana colleges have the opportunity to host a visitor from the Indiana Section of the MAA free of cost! During his or her visit, the visitor speaks on a topic of interest to undergraduates, as well as the value of active involvement in both the MAA and the Indiana Section of the MAA. To learn more, visit our College Visitors Program page.

Upcoming Section Meeting

    • Fall Meeting of the Indiana MAA

    • Due to current COVID conditions, the Fall 2021 Section Meeting of the Indiana MAA will take VIRTUALLY on Saturday, September 25, 2021.


      • James Oxley, Boyd Professor, Louisiana State University
        Title: Geometry, Greed, Games, and 'Roids
      • Alain Togbe, Professor of Mathematics, Purdue University Northwest
        Title: Current Trends in Diophantine Sets

      In addition to the plenary speakers, this meeting will consist of parallel sessions of contributed talks and a panel discussion organized by Indiana NExT. Students are especially encouraged to give presentations at this meeting.


      The call for contributed papers is open now through Wednesday, September 15th.


      Registration is open now through Wednesday, September 22nd. All registered participants will be emailed a Zoom link for the meeting on Thursday, September 23rd.

      • Regular registration is $10. Regular registration rates apply to everyone EXCEPT students (high school, undergraduate, and graduate), high school teachers, retired and unemployed participants, and non-mathematician guests.
      • Students (high school, undergraduate, and graduate), high school teachers, retired and unemployed participants, and non-mathematician guests also must register for the conference by Wednesday, September 22nd, but their registration is free.
      • If you do not want to pay by credit card, but instead you wish to pay by check and/or register by mail, contact Stacy Hoehn, INMAA Public Information Officer, via email at prior to Wednesday, September 22nd.