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AMATYC's room block at the Denver Sheraton is very close to being sold out.  It appears that Saturday night will run out of rooms very soon.  To accommodate AMATYC members, we have negotiated a contract with the Hyatt Place/Hyatt House less than 2 blocks from the Sheraton as an overflow hotel.  This new hotel, with excellent rates and a few extra perks, provides a great alternative.

 
Registration for the 2016 Denver Conference is now open!  Your can register online or by downloading a form.

The 2016 Denver Conference Miniprogram is now available.

AMATYC Historian Position Available
AMATYC is searching for a leader with an interest in documenting the history of the organization. The five-year term is January 1, 2017 – December 31, 2021.  Click here for more information.
Applications will be reviewed beginning November 1, 2016; the position will be open until filled. To apply, send a letter of interest and a resume which highlights the candidate’s experience, if any, as an historian, and previous leadership role(s) with AMATYC or an AMATYC affiliate, to Mark Harbison, Search Committee Chair, at Mark.Harbison@Losrios.edu. Questions about the position may be addressed to Mark or the AMATYC Office at amatyc@amatyc.org.

The 2016 Denver Conference Flyer is now available.

Stevens Institute of Technology (Hoboken, NJ) is hosting the “First Annual Conference: Reimagining Calculus Education” on Friday, October 28, 2016.  The conference will focus on improving the success rate of calculus students (high school and college level) through innovative teaching and learning strategies (visit: stevens.edu/calculus-reimagined).   The conference line-up features such speaker notables as Deborah Hughes Hallett (Harvard University, University of Arizona), Alexei Mainikov (Stevens Institute of Technology), Jan Reimann (Pennsylvania State University), Adrian Sannier (Arizona State University), Bart Snapp (Ohio State University) and Stephen Wang (Rice University).

The AMATYC/ASA Joint Statistics Committee has put together a webpage of information for statistics teachers. On the site you'll find links to classroom resources, pedagogy, course content, and more. There is a link to this site on the Quick Links to AMATYC Popular Pages on the left side of the AMATYC homepage.
 
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42nd Annual Conference
Denver, CO
November 17-20, 2016


 

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