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Abraham S. Mantell

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NY MAA Meeting
Posted: Mar 19, 2001 4:05 PM
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Hello All,

I hope it is not inappropriate to post this...

I want to announce the Metropolitan NY Section of the MAA will be holding
its annual meeting on Saturday, May 5 on the scenic campus of the Webb
Institute in Glen Cove, NY (Long Island).

The featured speakers are:
Underwood Dudley (DePauw University),
who will talk about "Mathematical Cranks"
and
John Ewing (AMS),
who will speak about "The Mathematics Inside Your Computer"

There will be a panel discussion on the roll of liberal arts mathematics.

For more information (schedule, registration, directions, etc.), please
see our home-page: http://www.maa.org/metrony

Early registration is only $5 and lunch is $15.

Thanks.

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Abraham S. Mantell "Great spirits have always
Mathematics Department encountered violent opposition
Nassau Community College from mediocre minds."
Garden City, NY 11530-6793 -- Albert Einstein

mantell@sunynassau.edu http://www.polar.sunynassau.edu/~mantell

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