Section NExT, a program for new and relatively new colleagues, is held during the Fall and Spring meetings. Untenured full time faculty, those who have and have not been National NExT fellows, are welcome to participate in talks and workshops designed to assist new faculty in their transition from graduate school to professional academic life.
Dr. Joseph Gallian, University of Minnesota-Duluth, President of the Mathematical Association of America, recipient of the 1992 North Central Section Award for Distinguished College or University Teaching of Mathematics and the 1993 Deborah and Franklin Tepper Haimo Award for Distinguished College or University of Mathematics, will be this year's featured speaker. Dr. Gallian will speak on Communicating Mathematics.
NES/MAA Section NExT Program
|12 PM - 1 PM||Lunch|
|1 PM - 2 PM||
Dr. Joseph Gallian - Communicating Mathematics
In this presentation I will offer my advice on how to present your mathematics orally and in writing. Topics pertaining to oral presentations include preparation, content and delivery. Topics pertaining to writing include the title, an abstract, the introduction, the body, joint authorship, acknowledgements, and where to submit your work.
|3 PM||Section Meeting begins Forum, CC (2nd Floor)|
|Registration for the Fall Meeting will take place in the Concourse of the D. Justin McCarthy College Center|
|8 AM - 8:50 AM||New Colleague's Sessions HH225, HH227, HH229|
|D. Justin McCarthy College Center||CC|
If you are interested, please contact Lisa Humphreys of Rhode Island College. You should also register for the Section meeting by completing the registration form (available online in pdf format and MS Word) and check off that you will be participating in the Section NExT program. Section NExT activities are free.
All new colleagues to the Section are invited to give a talk during the New Colleague’s Sessions on Saturday morning.
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