Contributed Paper Sessions
Submissions of abstracts for contributed paper sessions are currently being accepted.
Submitting an Abstract: Please email title and abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The preferred format is LaTex (*.tex); a template may be found at
Other formats, such as MS Word (*.doc) or Portable Document Format (*.pdf) will be reformatted in LaTeX as faithfully as possible.
Submission Deadline: Extended to May 31th.
There will be six contributed paper sessions which will be spread over two days, June 24 and June 25. We have sessions devoted to a variety topics in both research and teaching in mathematics as well as an open session for talks aimed at a more general audience. Talks will be allotted 15 minutes, which includes time for questions.
Junior Faculty Talks
This session is intended to showcase research interests non-tenured faculty, particularly those new to the section, who are early in their careers as mathematical researchers.
The goal of the general research session is to exhibit current research in pure and applied mathematics and mathematics education by faculty in the Northwest and by colleagues elsewhere. Mathematical papers on any topics of interest to section members are welcome.
Topics in Mathematics Education and Teaching
Talks in any area of mathematics education including examples of effective classroom techniques and other "teaching gems" are welcome.
Current Research in Algebra, Geometry and Topology
Many of the most important results in modern mathematics occur in the intersections of Algebra, Geometry, and Topology. This session welcomes presentations on new results in these areas and their overlap. Bonus points will be awarded for results with applications in other areas.