The Fall 2019 Meeting of the MD-DC-VA section of the MAA will be held at Norfolk State University on November 8–9, 2019.
On Friday, the Maryland-DC-Virginia IBL Consortium will run a workshop entitled Building on Strengths, and Building our Community of Inquiry-Based Learning and Teaching, and David Clark of Randolph-Macon College will
give the banquet address, Samurai, Kissing Circles, and the Geometry of Shinto Shrines.
The Saturday morning address,
Mathematics, Mesh Generation, and 3D Graphics on the Web, and Finding a Career at the National Institute of Standards and Technology, will be given by Bonita Saunders of NIST, and the Saturday afternoon
address, The Untwisting Number of a Knot, will be given by Kenan Ince of Westminster College.
- On November 21, there will be a talk cosponsered by the section in Washington, DC. It is entitled Bringing Statistics Education Up to Data, given by Danny Kaplan and Carol L. Howald. See here for more details.
- See this announcement for information on the 3rd Northeast Conference for Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education held Saturday, October 5, at York College, CUNY in Jamaica, Queens, NYC.
- The Spring 2019 Newsletter
is online. Highlights include the spring meeting at Hood and FCC, Section Chair and Section Representative reports, Section news and events, Section undergrad essay competition winning entry, a crossword, and more.
- Spring meeting highlights - The Spring 2019 Meeting of the
MD-DC-VA section of the MAA was held at the Hood College and FCC on April 12 – 13, 2019.
Congratulations to Della Dumbaugh of the University of Richmond, the 2019 winner of the
John M. Smith Award for Distinguished College or University Teaching!
Congratulations to Dan Kalman of American University, the 2018 winner of the
Sister Helen Christensen Service Award!
- If you are interested in making a nomination for either the John M. Smith Award for Distinguished College or University Teaching or the Sister Helen Christensen Service Award, please the Smith Award nomination page and the
Christensen Award nomination page.
- Section History: The section is always looking for 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 email the webmaster.
Future Meeting Locations and Dates
- Fall 2019: Norfolk State University, November 8 – 9, 2019
- Spring 2020: Salisbury University, April 24 – 25, 2020
- Fall 2020: Longwood University, November 6 – 7, 2020