Category Archives: Meetings

Posts about ArizMATYC and AMATYC meetings.

Spring Meeting Registration Deadline is February 29

The registration deadline for the Spring ArizMATYC / MAA / SUnMaRC
Meeting on March 30 – April 1 is almost here! Preregister by Feb 29.

ArizMATYC & MAA registration fees:

  • $40 General Registration & Saturday includes Friday breakfast, Friday lunch, Friday BANQUET and Saturday lunch
  • $30 General Registration includes Friday breakfast, Friday lunch, Friday BANQUET
  • $20 One-day General Registration includes Friday breakfast, Friday lunch
  • $15 Student Registration includes Friday breakfast, Friday lunch, Friday BANQUET
  • $25 Student Registration & Saturday includes Friday breakfast, Friday lunch, Friday BANQUET and Saturday lunch
  • $5 One-day Student Registration includes Friday breakfast, Friday lunch
  • On-site Registration will be $35 ($20 for students). The banquet is not available for on-site registration.

Registration: https://sites.google.com/site/2012march30/

Student Participation at the SunMaRC

The University of Arizona Math Center will allocate $1000 to support student participation from community colleges in order to encourage participation from community colleges at SUnMaRC. This support will go to community colleges who have not participated in SUnMaRC before. A faculty member from that community college must nominate the student and the student must have taken at least two semesters of calculus (Otherwise the student may not be able to understand the mathematical presentations at SUnMaRC). The Math Center will provide for the registration fee for the student. If funding permits, we may also be able to pay for the hotel for the students.

Funding requests should be sent to W. Y. Velez (velez@math.arizona.edu). Funding allocation will be on a first-come-first served basis.

Registration Open for Spring Conference

The Joint ArizMATYC, MAA Southwest Region and SUnMaRC Conference Registration is open. This conference will be held from Friday, March 30 through Sunday, April 1….no foolin’!

To register in advance,  goto: https://sites.google.com/site/2012march30/ and click on Registration.

There are two levels of general hunca life katalog registration available. Advanced registration costs either $20 or $30. The $30 option includes Friday breakfast, Friday lunch hunca life and Friday BANQUET. The $20 option includes Friday breakfast and Friday lunch. General hunca life registration on site huncalife katalog will cost $35. Student registration options are also available.

Come join your colleagues from across the Southwest for a weekend of fantastics sessions and Tucson hospitality.

Call for Presenters at AMATYC 2012 in Jacksonville

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

Spring 2012 ArizMATYC Conference

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.

Spring 2011 ArizMATYC and Mathematics ATF Meetings

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.