Join mathematics faculty from throughout the Arizona for the Fall 2019 ArizMATYC Conference. The conference will be held at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Arizona on Friday, October 11, 2019.
Mathematics Throughout History: from 50 to 5000 Years
The Fall Conference of ArizMATYC will be a celebration of mathematics in the state of Arizona. It marks the 50th anniversary of the first meeting of the Arizona Mathematics Consortium, the forerunner organization to both the Articulation Task Force (ATF) and the Arizona Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges (ArizMATYC). That meeting took place at Northern Arizona University, which is why this fall’s conference is being held at NAU.
In the spirit of this momentous occasion, the conference’s title is: “Mathematics Throughout History: from 50 to 5000 Years.”
We invite participants to develop a talk or a poster session that they, their students, or both can present. Presentation formats will include standard, burst, and poster sessions. Presentations for the Fall ArizMATYC Conference can focus on topics such as instruction, applied mathematics, quantitative reasoning, technology, strategies for success, opportunities for growth, and/or student success. Additional ideas might include: research in the classroom, students and collaborative learning, or group projects that work. Presenters and attendees are encouraged to explore the question around this conference’s theme: How have discoveries and advances in mathematical thoughts and ideas contributed to our present day society?
The conference will include a keynote by Anne and David Dudley, breakout sessions, a poster session, and vendor tables in addition to a delicious breakfast and lunch.
What’s the Arizona Math Consortium?
A Brief History of ArizMATYC and the Math ATF
Faculty members from the universities and the community colleges have been meeting twice annually for many years. The Dudleys will capture this history (to the best of their knowledge) in a short talk that includes pictures, play-along multiple-choice questions, and even some historical facts. Join them as they take a look at the history of articulation and collegiality in mathematics in Arizona.
Anne and David Dudley are both retired mathematics faculty from the Maricopa Colleges. Between them they have over 70 years of teaching college mathematics. They are active in ArizMATYC and the Math ATF and promised that (once they retired) they would work on the history of the organizations.
Anne, faculty emeritus from GCC received teaching awards from the MAA, AMATYC and Glendale CC. David, faculty emeritus from Scottsdale CC, received teaching awards from AMATYC and ASU (Wexler Award). Currently Anne is serving as co-webmaster of the ArizMATYC website and is AMATYC’s Executive Director. David is currently serving as ArizMATYC’s historian.
Be a Presenter
Do you have an idea you would like to share with colleagues through a presentation? Submissions are being accepted now. Presentation formats can be standard (50 minutes), burst (20 minutes), and poster sessions.
Applications to present should be submitted by Monday, September 23rd, 2019.
Be a Presider
The conference organizers welcome your application to preside at the Fall ArizMATYC Conference. Presiders introduce the speaker, assist the speaker and see that sessions end promptly.
Applications to preside should be submitted by Friday, September 27th, 2019.
Registration for the Fall ArizMATYC Conference is now open. Registration for the conference is $30. Student registration is $5.
Online registration is open through Friday, October 4th, 2019. After that date, please plan on registering on-site.
Vendors may purchase tables ($100 or $175), an ad ($50) or a presentation ($100). Sponsorship for meals is also available for the conference. Vendors should follow the link below to register and pay for conference services.
Address: 300 South Milton Road, Flagstaff Arizona 86001
Address: 706 South Milton Road, Flagstaff, Arizona 86001
Ask for the “NAU Friends and Family” discount to get 20% off Thursday and Friday.
Address: 100 North Humphreys Street, Flagstaff Arizona 86001
Address: 2400 South Beulah Boulevard, Flagstaff Arizona 86001
The conference will be held at Northern Arizona University, in the Student and Academic Services (SAS) Building. The SAS building address is 1100 South Beaver Street in Flagstaff. On the parking map linked below, the SAS building is building #60, right next to the San Francisco Parking Garage (#96B). Attendees who drive to ArizMATYC should park in the San Francisco Parking Garage.