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Topic: Algebra Midterm
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Beryl Szwed

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Registered: 12/3/04
Re: Conferences
Posted: Jan 22, 2008 9:25 AM
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Hi, Joe, and everyone else,

One of the best places to search for mathematics conferences, both statewide and regional, is the AMTNYS website:

Link to meetings, and you'll find places and dates of regional and state conferences.

If you have never attended a regional conference, the day-long Hudson-Mohawk Area Mathematics Conference will be held in East Greenbush, east of Albany, on Saturday, March 29.

For a longer conference experience, join us at the AMTNYS Summer Institute, to be held at Onondaga Community College, just outside downtown Syracuse, from August 3-7, 2008. Information about it is at the AMTNYS website.

You can also check with your local BOCES, to find any conferences that they are providing for teachers within their region.

I hope that helps.

Beryl Szwed
Mathematics Specialist
District Testing Coordinator
Lake Placid Central Schools
Executive Secretary, Pi State
Delta Kappa Gamma Society, International
Summer Advisory Chair, EDR Region B, AMTNYS
Past President, AMTNYS Representative, NYSAMS
New York State Liaison, NCSM, TODOS
(518) 523-3640, ext. 4514

- ---------- Original Message ----------------------------------
Date: Tue, 22 Jan 2008 08:50:06 -0500

>Is there a list of conferences that are scheduled for this calendar year posted somewhere?
>I am looking for any conferences that are upstates preferably - but anywhere is good.
>Joe P.
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