Welcome to the Rocky Mountain Section of the MAA
Pikes Peak Regional Undergraduate Mathematics Conference
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The 2020 meeting of the Rocky Mountain Section will take place April 17–18. The host institution will be Metropolitan State University of Denver. More details will be posted as they become available.
Dr. Divya E. Vernerey has accepted a nomination to be the new Student Activities Coordinator for the Section. Dr. Vernerey is a senior instructor at CU-Boulder and currently runs their student Math Club. Contact information will be posted shortly. Welcome, Divya!
The votes are in for the Rocky Mountain Section's first online election for officers. Thanks to all who participated in the voting.
Dan Swenson of Black Hills State University in Spearfish, South Dakota, is the new Chair-Elect, and will take over duties of Section Chairperson after the next Section meeting.
A brief biography of Dr. Swenson is available online as part of the Nominating Committee Report in the Spring Newsletter.
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.
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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.