You can find the schedule here: Click here for the schedule.
You can find the abstract booklet here: Click here for the abstract booklet.
Welcome to the 101st Annual MAA Rocky Mountain Section Meeting
to be held
Friday, April 13 and Saturday, April 14
at the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley
Early registration is closed. You can still register for full price of $60 for faculty, $40 for First-time attendees, K-12, or retirees, and $30 for students.
The deadline for abstract submissions has been passed. We are no longer accepting submissions as of 11:59pm on April 4.
If you have any concerns about registration, please contact Jeff King at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To register to attend the conference, go to: Click here to register for the conference.
We are not accepting new banquet orders at this time.
See the links below to find information about the conference.
Community Engaged Scholars Symposium (Office of Community and Civic Engagement)
The 2017 Community Engaged Scholars Symposium will be held on Tuesday, October 24th in the University Center Panorama room. The event will include a workshop luncheon with topics related to community engagement and professional development, followed by a poster session highlighting the exciting community-engaged projects taking place in Northern Colorado
Award ceremonies will be held to celebrate UNC engaged scholars, The Social Science Research Award, and the Bob and Bonnie Phelps Family CAP Awards.
Students, faculty, staff and community partners are all welcome to submit a proposal for a poster presentation. This is an opportunity for those across campus and the community to highlight community-engaged learning projects and opportunities.
Click here to submit a proposal for the 2017 symposium.
Click here to nominate yourself or someone else for an Engaged Scholar Award.
Higher Education Flipped Learning Conference (Math and Science Teaching Institute)
The Flipped Learning Academy and the MAST Institute host the Higher Education Flipped Learning Conference on the campus of the University of Northern Colorado, in Greeley, Colorado.
This conference allows higher education flipped classroom practitioners to exchange information, highlight faculty engaged in assessment of flipped classrooms, and discuss the future of flipped learning in higher education including the professional development with those interested in flipped learning.
The conference is for instructors, faculty, and graduate students from universities, colleges, community colleges and any other post-secondary institution, as well as those interested in the professional development of instructors in flipped learning. Previous experience with flipped classrooms is not required. The conference is a blend of novice and experienced flipped educators sharing best practices and research.