The Mathematical Association of America
New Jersey Section
William Paterson College

Saturday, November 5, 1988

8:)0-9:00 Association for Women in Mathematics Breakfast Meeting, King George Diner
9:00-9:30 Coffee and MAA Registration
9:30-9:40 Welcome by Louis Vaccaro
Dean of School of Science and Mathematics, William Paterson College
9:40-10:40 Knots and Links
Joan Birman, Columbia University
10:40-11:40 The Treatment of Maxima and Minima at the Undergraduate Level
Ivan Niven, University of Oregon
Past President, MAA
11:40-12:40 The Relationship of Mathemtics with the Outside World. What is it? How do mathematicians perceive it? How do others perceive it? What should it be? How do we get from here to there?
Open Discussion
12:40-2:00 Lunch
2:00-2:30 Business Meeting and Election of Officers
2:30 Report on ICME-6, Juy-August 1988, Budapest
David Bolivar, Trenton State College

MAA-NJ Executive Board
MAA-NJ Governor: Sister Stephanie Sloyan, Georgian Court College
Chair: Evan Alderfer, Ocean County College
Past Chair: Sister Stephanie Sloyan, Georgian Court College
Vice Chair for
   Two-Year Colleges:
   High School Contest

Patricia Kenschaft, Montclair State College
Thomas Marlowe, Seton Hall University
Ruth O'Dell, County College of Morris
Robert D. Mitchell, Glassboro State College
Secretary: Naomi Shapiro, Georgian Court College
Treasurer: Catharine Folio, Brookdale Community College
Public Information Officer: David Boliver, Trenton State College