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Ted Alper

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Ever go to ARML? Read on!
Posted: Jul 23, 1996 1:38 PM
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ARML (1976-1983: Atlantic Regions Mathematics League,
1984-1996: American Regions Mathematics League)
has been a major high-school team mathematics competition in the US
for 21 years. I think most people who have participated will agree
that it is one of the most enjoyable math competitions around, with
excellent questions, an interesting format and the opportunity to meet
and work cooperatively and competitively with other math students from
around the country.

Well, it doesn't just happen by itself. Lots of people dedicate their
time to run ARML, coaching teams, writing questions, taking care of
administrative details, grading, etc.

ARML administrators are now trying to create a list of former
participants who might be interested in helping keep ARML around and
vibrant for the next generation of students. You don't have to be
prepared to volunteer for any specific task to sign up -- but if you
think you might be interested in contributing in *some* way, now or in
the future, send your email address and/or your mailing address to Joe
Wolfson, jwolfson@exeter.edu. (You might also include the years you
participated and the teams you were on)


Furthermore, I would personally be interested in hearing from ARML
alums (or anyone else) who live in the Western United States and who
might be interested in helping to organize or coach new ARML teams.

Ted Alper
alper@epgy.stanford.edu
(Coach, San Francisco Bay Area ARML)

Also: check out the

ARML home page








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