Spring 2020 MAA-NJ/MATYCNJ Joint Meeting +
Garden State Undergraduate Mathematics Conference

Saturday, April 18 2020


Preliminary 2020 Spring Meeting Info Here




Contributed Paper Sessions for Spring 2020 MAA-NJ/MATYCNJ Meeting:

We are seeking abstracts for review for the Contributed Paper Sessions (CPS)
for the Spring 2020 MAA/MATYCNJ meeting.

There will be two special contributed paper sessions at the Spring 2020 Meeting.

General Contributed Paper Session:
MAA Contributed Paper Session (CPS) may focus on any aspect of mathematics.
Examples include expository mathematics, connections within mathematics or between
mathematics and other disciplines, the undergraduate mathematics curriculum, or
mathematical pedagogy. The CPS committee seeks and encourages proposals that will
contribute toward a well-balanced and scholarly program that represents the MAA’s mission.
Please send the title and abstract to the Chair of the CPS Committee at
Kathy.Turrisi@centenaryuniversity.edu

The CPS committee will be reviewing abstracts submitted for consideration on or before
Friday, Feb 28. Please include in the subject of the email:
Contributed Paper Session Spring 2020 along with your name.

Recreational Mathematics organized by David Nacin, William Paterson University.
Send abstracts to David Nacin at nacind@wpunj.edu. Include in the subject of the email:
Contributed Paper Session Spring 2020 along with your name.

Lunch Table Discussion Topics for the Spring 2020 MAA-NJ/MATYCNJ Meeting:
Lunch table conversations are intended to provide an opportunity for people to meet
with other colleagues from around the region to discuss topics that interest them while
they eat. This allows our members to speak in an informal setting on topics of interest
beyond the talks.

MAA or MATYCNJ members interested in leading a Lunch Table Discussion at the Spring 2020 meeting
are asked to submit their proposals to Kathy Turrisi at:
Kathy.turrisi@centenaryuniversity.edu by Friday, February 28, 2020.


GSUMC
The Garden State Undergraduate Mathematics Conference is held in conjunction with the MAA-NJ
Spring Meeting. It includes poster and oral presentation sessions for undergraduate students,
as well as a team mathematics-problem competition. To volunteer, contact:

Deepak Bal   deepak.bal@montclair.edu,
Lee Collins   collinsn@rowan.edu, or
Ik Jae Lee   leei@rowan.edu


Project NExT (New Experiences in Teaching) is a professional development
program for relatively new college-level faculty sponsored by the Mathematical
Association of America (MAA).

Information about the New Jersey section of NExT (NJ-NExT) is available at:
http://bluehawk.monmouth.edu/~smarshal/NJ-NExT.html


Nominate a good teacher for the New Jersey MAA section's teaching award.
Nominations should be sent to the Section secretary, Zhixiong Chen, at zchen@njcu.edu


Spread the word
Do you have interesting math facts, information, photos, etc. to share? Send them to our
social media coordinator, Grace Cook at: maanj.socialmedia@gmail.com


An interesting video about the history and function of Mathematical Reviews:

An Introduction to Mathematical Reviews

The web page for Mathematical Reviews (which includes the aformentioned video) can be found at:
http://www.ams.org/mr-database


Upcoming MAA-NJ Meetings:

The Spring 2020 MAA-NJ/GSUMC meeting will be held at Rowan University
on Saturday, April 18, 2020.

Upcoming MAA-Metropolitan New York 2020 Annual Meeting:

The 2020 annual MAA-Metropolitan New York meeting will be held at Queens College on
Sunday, May 3, 2020. 

Upcoming National Meetings:

The 2020 Joint Mathematics Meeting will be held in Denver, CO, January 15-18, 2020.

MAA MathFest 2020 will be held in Philadelphia, PA, July 29 - Aug 1, 2020.


Please direct your questions and suggestions regarding MAA-NJ official website to Dirck Uptegrove at dirck.uptegrove@nokia.com