Thank you for coming to Elon for the 89th meeting of the MAA-SE section!
If you have any questions, please contact Jim Beuerle at email@example.com. Final numbers and awards information will appear on this site later in April. Please come back to check out who the recipients of the various awards were. Have a great semester!
If you have not sent in your payment, PLEASE do not mail it now, bring a check (or cash) with you. We can't accept credit cards - sorry!
When you get to the campus and pick up you registration material, you will receive a temporary password to access the network. IF YOU have a Mac and intend to use it for a presentation, PLEASE bring your DVI adapter.
All Conference Material, such as Name Badges, Program Listing (If you really want a paper copy!) and area information with coupons for local restaurants will at the registration desk in the Koury Business Center Lobby!
We are trying to save paper, so PLEASE do NOT print out the Full Page Program unless you absolutely must. You will have internet access at the conference, so limited programs will be printed.
To save a PDF file (PC), Right-click and choose "save link as..." or something similar
For a letter sized program download the Full Page Program.
Download the Abstracts.
Download the Poster Abstracts.
View technical information of the classrooms for Presentations.
Find out who has already registered for the conference!
The Banquet is NOW closed for reservations. We have surpassed 250! (Not Factorial)
The tentative schedule can be found here.
If you would like to judge undergraduate talks or posters, please contact Student Activities Coordinator, Dr. Laurie Heyer, at laheyer at davidson dot edu. Please volunteer by Monday, March 15, and include a list of session times at which you would not be available to judge because of scheduling conflicts.
The officers of the Section invite and encourage submission of titles and abstracts for fifteen-minute (20 minutes between the start of one talk to the start of the next) contributed papers in all areas of mathematics by college and university faculty, graduate students, undergraduates, and others. Abstract submissions can be made on the web with the online form or send information to the Program Chairperson (Jim Vandergriff, firstname.lastname@example.org) before Monday, March 1, 2010 in order for the abstract and title to appear in the printed program of the meeting. It will be very helpful if individuals send this information in advance of this deadline. Talks will be organized into concurrent sessions, to the extent possible, by the general mathematical area indicated by the abstract. There will also be special sessions for selected mathematical areas:
Abstracts are expected to deal with theory, application, teaching, history, or philosophy of mathematical sciences; they should indicate what the presenter intends to communicate in the allotted time. For multiple authors, the presenting authorís name should be clearly designated; please identify undergraduate and graduate student authors. The use of special symbols should be made judiciously.