Now that the semester is winding down, you are probably evaluating what worked and what did not work in your classes. You must have found something that you would like to share next year at the AMATYC conference in Jacksonville.
You can submit a proposal at the AMATYC website at the following page.
The deadline for submitting a proposal is February 1, 2012.
If you are planning to present in Jacksonville, why not consider a dry run at the Spring ArizMATYC meeting in Tucson on March 30 through April 2. The presenter application is available online at
It has been a month since the annual conference in Austin and presenters have had a chance to get their handouts, videos, and other documents to the AMATYC webmaster. You can view those items via the link below:
If you presented at the conference and have not sent the webmaster your handouts, contact AMATYC at email address email@example.com.
You are in luck! Several of the presenters have provided resources like videos, papers, powerpoint presentations, and handouts for their sessions. You can find them in Meetings or by following the link below.
The Fall ArizMATYC Conference finished just last Friday and arrangements are already being made for the Spring conference. This conference will be a joint conference with the MAA as well as SUnMaRC. The conference will take place on Friday, March 30 though April 1 at Pima Community College, Downtown Campus.
Sessions on Friday and Saturday morning will be geared toward ArizMATYC and MAA members, but SUnMaRC participants are welcome to attend. Sessions on Saturday afternoon and Sunday are geared toward SUnMaRC participants, but ArizMATYC and MAA members are welcome to attend.
Presenter and presider applications are available on the conference website along with vendor registration materials.
There has been a change in the location of the Fall 2011 ArizMATYC Conference. Check the conference website for more details.
The Spring ArizMATYC meeting went off without a hitch. Attendance was a bit smaller than the Fall meeting, but the food was excellent. Pearson provided an excellent breakfast buffet and lunch was also excellent. It was well worth the $10 registration fee! Add to that beautiful weather and great conference presentations, you have all of the ingredients of another excellent conference.
Thanks to Dan Russow and all of the faculty at AWC for putting this together.