The Inn at the
Michigan League, 911 North University, Ann Arbor, MI 48109; 734-764-3177;
$115 single, $125 double ($10 each additional person), $205 single suite,
$220 double suite. Deadline for reservations is February 1.
300 South Thayer, Ann Arbor, MI 48104, 800-562-3559; 2001 rates: $135
single and $150 double (2002 rates to be determined). Deadline for
reservations is January 28.
615 East Huron, Ann Arbor, MI 48104; 800-666-8693; 2001 rates: $120 single
and $137 double (2002 rates to be determined). Deadline for reservations
is January 28.
Campus Hotels (approx 5 miles
from Central Campus)
Campus, 3600 Plymouth Rd., Ann Arbor, MI 48105, 800-800-5560; $86
single or double. Deadline for reservations is February 1.
Van service to Central
Campus provided subject to availability.
There are a number
of restaurants adjacent to the campus. A list of restaurants will be available
at the registration desk.
Please visit the
website maintained by the Department of Mathematics at http://www.math.lsa.umich.edu
and the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor campus information site at http://www.umich.edu/~info/.
Examine the newest
titles from AMS! Most books will be available at a special 50% discount
offered only at meetings. Complimentary coffee will be served, courtesy
of AMS Membership Services.
An acquisitions editor
from the AMS Book Program will be present to speak with prospective authors.
If you have a book project that you would like to discuss with the AMS,
please stop by the book exhibit.
on Curves and their moduli
February 28, 3:00 p.m.
to 5:20 p.m., East Hall Room 1360
Organizers: Gilberto Bini, Gavril Farkas, Angela Gibney,
Thomas A. Nevins, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
Talks: Mihnea Popa, Harvard University, Regularity on abelian
varieties, 3:00 p.m., and Eleny Ionel, University of Wisconsin,
On relations in the tautological ring of Mg, 4:00 p.m.
House at Mathematical Reviews
March 1, 4:00
p.m. to7:00 p.m: Mathematical Reviews (MR) invites attendees at the
meeting to an Open House at the MR office in Ann Arbor, Friday, March
1, from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. There will be an opportunity to see the
complex operation that is involved in building the MR Database and MathSciNet.
Guided tours of the office will be given periodically between 4:00 p.m.
and 7:00 p.m., to accommodate different schedules. Refreshments will be
Development Using Case Studies: A Workshop for Faculty
Organized by Solomon Friedberg and Karen Rhea
3, 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., East Hall, Room 1096
Boston College, and Karen Rhea, University of Michigan, will guide
workshop participants in the effective use of the case studies method
as a tool in preparing Teaching Assistant for their important role as
classroom instructors. The faculty edition of the publication Teaching
Mathematics in Colleges and Universities: Case Studies for Today's Classroom,
from the CBMS series Issues in Mathematics Education, will be provided
to workshop participants by the AMS at no charge.
Travel support awards
of $200 per department are available for up to ten departments. (At most
two faculty representatives from each department, please.) Travel support
is provided by the Calculus Consortium for Higher Education, and to be
eligible for this support, faculty representatives must have their department
chair send a letter to the AMS stating the department¹s serious intent
to use the case studies materials in their TA training or development
Space in the workshop
is limited so please contact Dr. Jim Maxwell at the AMS (email:firstname.lastname@example.org
or phone:401-455-4101) to sign up for the workshop and to request consideration
for travel support. For questions about the workshop program, please contact
Professor Freidberg (email:email@example.com
Visitor parking is
available in a number of lots located throughout campus. At some locations,
central pay stations are installed. To use these machines, note the parking
space number as this information will be required when paying.
Parking fees and
the maximum hours of use are indicated either on individual meters or
central pay station. The period of time a vehicle may be parked in a particular
space should be noted. For example, some spaces may allow parking for
30 minutes while others in the same location may be used for 4 hours or
more. The parking rate is $.60 per hour at all locations. Convenient parking
is available in the lot located at the corner of Forest and S. University.
Parking is only free and available to others in the staff/faculty parking
structure located directly across the street from East Hall on Church
Street after 6:00 pm and all day on Sunday.
For details on campus
parking visit http://www.umich.edu/~newsinfo/ccamp.html.
and Meeting Information
desk will be located in the Mathematics Atrium, 1st Floor Atrium, East
Hall, and will be open from 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Friday, and 8:00
a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Saturday. Talks are in East Hall and Dennison Hall.
(payable on-site only) $40/AMS members; $60/nonmembers; $5/emeritus members,
students, or unemployed mathematicians. Fees are payable by cash, check,
VISA, Mastercard, Discover, or American Express.
By Air: The
Detroit Metro Airport (DTW) is located approximately 25 miles from campus
(approx 35 minutes by car) and is served by all major airlines. For more
information visit http://www.metroairport.com/.
For information on Amtrak and Greyhound Bus service visit http://www.umich.edu/~info/transportation.html.
In addition to taxi service (approx $40-50 one way), transportation
from the airport is provided by the following:
Metro Cars Service:
Metro Cars can be reached at 734-946-5700 or visit http://metrocars.com.
The cost to Ann Arbor is $47 (for 1-4 people) one way. Metro Cars
accepts cash or credit card. To use Metro Cars, go to the blue curb at
the airport which is located at the lower level baggage (go through the
double doors, cross over to the blue curb).
Service costs $22 per person for a one-way trip ($40 roundtrip). They
will pick up or drop off anywhere on campus. The shuttle stops at all
airport terminals and the airport Marriott. For more information or to
make a reservation, call 734-727-1740.
Ken's Airport Shuttle
Service costs $45 one-way or $85 round-trip to transport 1-4 people.
They will pick up or drop off anywhere on campus. For information or to
make a reservation (they are required!), call 734-941-7777 or 888-789-6187.
Hall and Dennison Hall are located on Central Campus of the University
of Michigan, Ann Arbor:
From Detroit (heading
West) I-94 (Ford Freeway): Take State Street Exit 177. Turn right
(north). Continue on State Street approximately 2 miles to the main campus
From Chicago (heading
East): Take State Street Exit 177. Turn left (north). Continue on
State Street approximately 2 miles to the main campus area.
U.S. 23 from Ohio
(heading North): Take Washtenaw-Ann Arbor Exit 37B and turn right
(west) onto Washtenaw. At the fork in the road where Stadium Blvd and
Washtenaw split (approximately 2-3 miles), stay to the right on
Washtenaw following the Hospital signs. Take a left at Hill Street (you
will see "The Rock"). Continue down Hill Street (campus buildings will
be on your right). Take a right on State Street. Go two blocks. The Michigan
Union is on your left at the South State Street and South University intersection.
U.S. 23 from Northern
MI (heading South): Take U.S. 23 South to M-14 West. Follow M--14
West signs closely. At the fork, stay to the right following the "Ann
Arbor" signs. Take the second exit after the fork, Exit #3, called "Downtown
Ann Arbor", this will become Main Street. Follow Main Street to William
Street. Take a left at William Street. Continue down William Street until
it ends at State St. Take a right on State Street. Go one block. The Michigan
Union is on your right at the intersection of South State Street and South
I-696 (W. P. Ruether
Freeway) from Northwest Suburbs: Take I-696 to I-275 South to M--14
West. Follow the M--14 West signs closely. At the fork, stay to the left
following the "Ann Arbor" signs. Take the second exit after the fork,
Exit #3, which is called "Downtown Ann Arbor", this will become Main St.
Follow Main St. to William St. Take a left on William and follow it until
it ends at State St. Take a right on State St. The Michigan Union will
be on your right at the intersection of State St. and South University.
I-96 (also called
the Jeffries Freeway) from parts of Detroit, Redford, M-14, Plymouth and
Canton: Take I-96 to M--14 West. Follow M--14 West signs closely,
as by Ann Arbor it forks to the left. Take the second exit after the fork,
Exit #3, which is marked "Downtown Ann Arbor"; this will become Main Street.
Follow Main Street to William Street. Turn left on William Street and
follow it until it ends at State St. Take a right on State Street to head
towards the Michigan Union.
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