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AMS Sectional Meetings

The AMS holds eight sectional meetings annually in four regions, or sections, of the U.S. Generally, there is one meeting in the spring and one in the fall in section of the U.S. Each meeting usually runs for two days, with four invited addresses and as many special sessions as time and space allow. The sectional meetings also include social events and opportunities to shop at the onsite AMS Bookstore. In addition, Erdős Memorial Lectures and Einstein Public Lectures are held in conjunction with some of these meetings. In 2013 over XXX individuals from the U.S. and other countries attended AMS sectionals.

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Fall 2014 Sectional Meetings - see Program, Deadlines, Special Lectures, Registration/Housing/Etc.

All Upcoming Sectional Meetings - Bookmark for deadlines and updated program information

How to Present a Paper at a Sectional Meeting - Find recommended methods of presentation, guidelines and provisions for speakers

How to Host a Sectional Meeting - See states in each section, information for host universities, contact information

Grad Student Travel Grants - Learn how to apply, eligibility requirements and deadliness

Previous Sectional Meetings - See full program including invited addresses, special sessions, contributed sessions, and abstracts

More about AMS Sectional Meetings

Generally there is one meeting in the spring and one in the fall in each section of the U.S.

  • Western - comprised of those states west of Nebraska (and those provinces of Canada north of that portion of the U.S.)
  • Central - comprised of those states west of Pennsylvania and east of Colorado (and those provinces of Canada north of this section)
  • Eastern - comprised of those states east and north of Pennsylvania (including Pennsylvania and those provinces of Canada north of this portion of the U.S.)
  • Southeastern - comprised of those states south of Maryland from the East Coast to the Mississippi River and beyond, including Arkansas and Louisiana

It is the goal of the AMS to ensure that its conferences are accessible to all, regardless of disability. AMS strives, unless it is not practicable, to choose venues that are fully accessible to the physically handicapped.

Contact Information

Penny Pina
Director of Meetings & Conferences
Phone: (401) 455-4145, 1-800-321-4267, Ext. 4145
Fax: (401) 455-4004

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