Welcome to the Rocky Mountain Section of the MAA
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Student Activities Coordinator Vacancy
After 8 years of service as the Section's Student Activities Coordinator, Beth Schaubroeck (USAFA) is taking an early retirement from this position. The Section is grateful to Beth for her amazing organizational skills, her enthusiastic support of students from across our section, and for giving birth to the ever-popular Section Annual Student Jeopardy contest.
The next Student Activities Coordinator will be appointed by the Section Vice Chairperson to serve out the remainder of Beth's current term (beginning immediately upon appointment), followed by a 3-year (renewable) term that will end immediately following the 2023 section meeting. This individual will be responsible for planning and implementing all student activities held at our annual meetings, beginning with the 2020 RMS Meeting. For further information about the duties associated with this position, including organizational details for Jeopardy and other student activities, please see page 10 of the Section Procedures Handbook.
Individuals who are interested in serving as Student Activities Coordinator or who wish to suggest a nominee for this appointment should contact Section Vice Chairperson Shawna Mahan.
New Section Chair Elected
2019 Teaching Award Winners
Congratulations to Kenneth Monks, Front Range Community College (Boulder Campus), winner of the Early Career Teaching Award, and to Travis Kowalski, South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, winner of the Burton W. Jones Distinguished Teaching Award.
Spring 2019 Section Newsletter
Rocky Mountain Section History, Live on the Website
You are invited to check out the collection of Historical Materials on the section website. Materials include Meeting Reports from (almost) all meetings between 1917 and 1998, narrative summaries by David Ballew, and another narrative, with emphasis on Colorado College, by Bill Ramaley.
This is still a work in progress! Those with time, energy, and interest are invited to study these materials and contribute to understanding the history of our section.