Join mathematics faculty from throughout the Arizona for the Spring 2019 ArizMATYC Conference. The conference will be held at the Main Campus of Phoenix College in Phoenix, Arizona on Friday, February 8.
Promoting Equity and Access through Mathematics
The spring conference of ArizMATYC will be a student-centered day of learning focused on increasing equity and access for students through mathematics. 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 Spring ArizMATYC Conference can focus on topics such as instruction, history of mathematics, applied math, 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 do we promote equity and access for students through mathematics?
To kick off this amazing conference, Calculus: the Musical! will be playing on Thursday, February 7th at 7:00 pm for a special engagement at the Bulpitt Auditorium. The event is free to the public. Be sure to arrive early as the auditorium is usually full.
The conference will include a keynote by Dr. Uri Treisman, breakout sessions, a poster session, and vendor tables in addition to a delicious breakfast and lunch.
Philip Uri Treisman is a University Distinguished Teaching Professor, professor of mathematics, and professor of public affairs at The University of Texas at Austin. He is the founder and executive director of the University’s Charles A. Dana Center, an organized research unit of the College of Natural Sciences.
Professor Treisman has received numerous honors and awards for his efforts to strengthen American education. For his research at the University of California at Berkeley of the factors that support high achievement among minority students in calculus, he received the 1987 Charles A. Dana Award for Pioneering Achievement in American Higher Education. In 1992, he was named a MacArthur fellow. In December 1999, he was named one of the outstanding leaders in higher education in the 20th century by the magazine Black Issues in Higher Education. Dr. Treisman received a B.S. (summa cum laude) in mathematics from the University of California at Los Angeles. He received his Ph.D. at the University of California at Berkeley in 1985.
Professor Treisman’s research and professional interests include mathematics and science education, education policy, and community service and volunteerism.
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 (45 minutes), burst (15 minutes), and poster sessions.
Applications to present should be submitted by Monday, January 21, 2019.
Be a Presider
The conference organizers welcome your application to preside at the Spring ArizMATYC Conference. Presiders introduce the speaker, assist the speaker and see that sessions end promptly.
Applications to preside should be submitted by Friday, January 25, 2019.
Registration for the Spring ArizMATYC Conference is now open. Registration for the conference is $30. Student registration is $5.
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.
Conference Hotel: Ramada by Wyndham Phoenix Midtown
212 W Osborn Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85013
Wyndham Garden Phoenix Midtown
3600 N 2nd Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85013
Hilton Garden Inn Phoenix Midtown
4000 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85012
Fairfield Inn & Suites Phoenix Midtown
2520 N Central Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85004
The conference will be held at Phoenix College at 1202 W. Thomas Road, Phoenix, AZ 85013.