The 98th Annual Meeting for the Texas Chapter of the Mathematical Association of America (MAA) will be held April 5-7, 2018 at El Centro College in Dallas, TX. We are seeking speakers (4-6 total) for the first ever STEM breakout session on April 6 where presenters will have an opportunity to discuss how they apply mathematical concepts in their work in science and technology. Presentations do not need to be math intensive as we’re just hoping to expose conference attendees to exciting work in broad areas in a variety of STEM careers. Audience will be a mix of undergraduate students, math faculty from Texas Community Colleges and Universities, and math graduate students. More info about the session is below: 98th Annual Meeting of the MAA Texas Section (April 5-7, 2018) STEM Breakout Session- Friday April 6 3PM-5PM El Centro College (room TBD) 801 Main St. Dallas, TX 75202
Industry experts will provide information about how they apply mathematical concepts in their career in science and technology, including a brief overview about their career pathway and how college math courses have served them during their career.
We are looking for up to 4 industry experts to serve as guest speakers.
Each speaker will have about 30 minutes to give a summary of their work in their career, including a simple discussion of the application of mathematical concepts.
04/06/2018 04:00 PM Eastern Time
801 Main St ,
Approximate location shown on map below
InPerson Session Type
Classes or Programs
application of math in science and technology careers
No. of Students
Information Technology and Services
math and science application