Committee on Education mini-conference.

Forming institutional collaborations to broaden student access

Mathematics benefits when we cast the widest possible net for talent. Mathematicians have a vital role to play in ensuring that our institutions encourage and engage students in the mathematical sciences, with particular focus on students from communities traditionally overlooked by, underserved by, and underrepresented in mathematics. In particular, we can do more to foster talent from a wider range of higher education institutions.

This mini-conference will explore examples of and opportunities for meaningful educational and research connections between PhD granting universities, master’s granting universities, liberal arts colleges, and community colleges. Representatives from funding agencies as well as established and burgeoning inter-institutional collaborations will participate in the discussions.

Virtual mini-conference, Friday, October 1, 2021, 12 noon - 5:30 pm EDT.

Cost: \$50 AMS members, \$100 non-members

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The AMS Committee on Education is comprised of AMS members and serves as the Society's channel for communication and cooperation with other organizations on matters concerning education, provides a forum for the discussion of mathematics education issues, provides information and makes recommendations to the leadership and membership of the Society on education issues, and organizes elements of AMS meetings addressing mathematics education.

Frequently Asked Questions

When will I receive login information and other details about participating in the mini-conference?

We will send you an email 1-2 weeks before the mini-conference with login and other information.

What does AMS do to ensure a safe environment during the mini-conference?

AMS is committed to providing a welcoming environment for all participants that is free of harassment. This virtual meeting will only be available to registered participants and AMS staff. We ask all participants to refer to the Policy on a Welcoming Environment and our Policy Statement on Anti-Harassment. Violations may be reported confidentially and anonymously to 1.855.282.5703 or at www.mathsociety.ethicspoint.com. The reporting mechanism ensures privacy while alerting the AMS to the situation. Our staff will be available throughout the hours of the meeting to assist where needed.

Where can I find the meeting program?

The program will be kept up-to-date on this page. Check back soon!

Can I attend the mini-conference from outside the U.S.?

Yes, anyone may participate. Please note that the conference schedule is in Eastern Daylight Time (EDT, GMT-4).

Is registration required to attend?

Yes, registration is required to attend or to view recorded content. Registration fees support support planning, organizing, and conducting the mini-conference.

I am having trouble registering, where can I get help?

Please email mmsb@ams.org for assistance.

What is your cancellation policy?

The deadline for cancellations is the day before the start of the meeting. 100% of your registration fee will be refunded for cancellations requested by September 30, 2021. To cancel your registration, email mmsb@ams.org.

Where can I ask a question?

Questions prior to the meeting can be directed to education@ams.org.