The Spring 2016 Meeting of the MD-DC-VA section of the MAA
will be held at the Germantown campus of Montgomery College, on April 15-16, 2016.
Nominations are now being accepted for the section's service award, named in honor of influential section member Sister Helen Christensen. Details are available here, and nominations can be sent to committee members Adrian Rice (Randolph-Macon College, firstname.lastname@example.org), Heidi Hulsizer (Hampden-Sydney College, email@example.com), or Ethan Duckworth (Loyola University, EDuckworth@loyola.edu). Nominations will be accepted through June 30, with the next award given at our Fall 2016 Sectional meeting.
The Fall 2015 Newsletter
is online. Highlights include: Fall meeting at St. Mary's College, Section Reports, News, and more.
Fall meeting highlights - The Fall 2015 Meeting of the
MD-DC-VA section of the MAA was held at St. Mary's College, on November 6-7, 2015.
Below is our new video featuring interviews with members of the section. Thanks to Caren Diefenderfer for putting it all together!
Genevieve Knight of Coppin State University is the 2015 IPC Recipient of Dr. Etta Z. Falconer Award for Mentoring &
Commitment to Diversity.
Dr. Knight received the award at the Infinite Possibilities Conference in Corvallis, Oregon.
Shown is Dr. Knight with Dr. Sastry Pantula, Dean of the College of Science at Oregon State University, formerly of the NSF.
Book Sale Notice:
Since Spring 2013, all section members have been able to receive their section meeting
discount on books online.
Section History: The section is currently accumulating information on section history.
We are interested in information and stories about section meetings, summer
workshops, people, newsletters and institutions. If you have anything to contribute,
please contact Betty Mayfield, Jon Scott, or Caren Diefenderfer, or email the webmaster.
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