Sorry about the previous "blank messages," seems attachments really are not a good idea for our lists.
> > We are happy to announce the Second Annual Boston College / Rutgers Discrete > Mathematics Conference for K-12 teachers. This exciting event will be held > on Saturday, March 8th in Fulton Hall at Boston College..... > > Evan Maletsky from Montclair State College in NJ will be the keynote speaker > presenting: "Problems and Puzzles for Your Mind and Your Imagination" > > There will be 5 strands in this conference. Newcomers K-8 (for those who > want to experience an introduction to discrete mathematics), elementary, > middle, middle/secondary, and secondary. > > The announcement flyer and registration form are attached here and pasted in > text below my signature for those who may not be able to read attachments. > > Due to space limitations this conference will be limited to 200 attendees > this year, so please register early to be assured of a spot. > > Sincerely, > > Janice > > Janice C. Kowalczyk > mailto://email@example.com > Rutgers University > Assistant Director, > Leadership Program In Discrete Mathematics > http://dimacs.rutgers.edu/lp/institutes/index.html > Office: 401-841-5583 > Home: 401-849-7546 > 9 Beechland Place > Middletown, RI 02842 > > ***************** > > A CONFERENCE ANNOUNCEMENT > > > BOSTON COLLEGE AND RUTGERS UNIVERSITY > ANNOUNCE: > SATURDAY, MARCH 8, PRIME TIME, 2003 > > The Boston College Mathematics Institute is joining for a 2nd year with The > Leadership Program in Discrete Mathematics at Rutgers University to host a > one day Mathematics Conference at Fulton Hall on the Chestnut Hill Campus of > Boston College. > > ALL MATH TEACHERS, K-12, ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND. > > A special welcome is extended to all past participants of the Boston College > and Rutgers Institutes. However, past attendance at a discrete mathematics > institute is NOT a prerequisite. > > The theme of the conference: > Enriching & Integrating The Math Curriculum K-12 with Discrete Math > Activities > > The time: > 8:30 am Registration, Check-in & Coffee > 9:00 am - 3:00 pm Sessions > > The day will consist of a series of concurrent sessions at each of the > levels: newcomers K-8 (for those who want to experience an introduction to > discrete mathematics), elementary, middle, middle/secondary, and secondary. > These will be of 60 or 75 minutes duration. > > Speakers include: Stanley Bezuszka, Dwayne Cameron, Donna Church, Anne > Collins, Ted Fischer, Laura Kelleher, Peg Kenney, Janice Kowalczyk, Shelley > Leibowitz, Darlene Mixer, Janice Ricks, Mary Sullivan, Mary Kay Varley. > > We are delighted to have as keynote speaker. > Evan Maletsky of Montclair State University, New Jersey presenting: > "Problems and Puzzles for Your Mind and Your Imagination" > > Evan is especially well known for his many contributions to NCTM, as an > engaging speaker and creative author. His talk will feature problems, > applications, and suggestions for all teachers K - 12. > > Due to space limitations this conference will be limited to 200 attendees. > Participants will be accepted on a first-come first-served basis. So do act > promptly to reserve a spot by completing the attached form. No walk-on > participants can be accepted on March 8. > > The registration fee of $25 includes the refreshment break and the box > luncheon. > The organizers for the conference acknowledge the Massachusetts Board of > Higher Education and Tufts University for their partial support of the > program. > > Conference organizers: > Stanley J. Bezuszka, SJ, Director, Boston College Mathematics Institute > Margaret J. Kenney, Director, Boston College Discrete Mathematics Project > Janice C. Kowalczyk, Assistant Director, Rutgers Leadership Program in > Discrete Mathematics > > For Additional Information call: 617-552-3775 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org > > ****************** > > REGISTRATION FORMS (registration forms will also be available soon at that > ATMIM website under professional development category in Adobe format. Go > to: http://users.rcn.com/bowdish/ and then to the Professional Development > link) > > > REGISTRATION INFORMATION > > BOSTON COLLEGE AND RUTGERS UNIVERSITY PRESENT: > MARCH 8, PRIME TIME, 2003 > > FULTON HALL, BOSTON COLLEGE, CHESTNUT HILL, MA 02467 > > WE HOPE YOUR SCHEDULE PERMITS YOU TO ATTEND THIS EXCITING EDUCATIONAL > OPPORTUNITY. PLEASE DUPLICATE COPIES TO SHARE WITH COLLEAGUES. > > CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FORM > > Those interested in attending must complete and return this form. Campus > space allocations for the meeting require that the total number of attendees > be capped at 200. Please act promptly. > > Enrollment is on a first-come first-served basis. > > All reservations for a space will be confirmed by email and directions will > also be provided at that time. > There will be no walk-on registrations accepted on the day of the meeting. > > LAST DATE FOR REGISTRATIONS TO BE RECEIVED March 3, 2003 > > > NAME___________________________________________ > > e-mail address_________________________________ > > MAILING ADDRESS________________________________ > > _______________________________________________ > > SCHOOL ________________________________________ > Grade Level (circle one) > Elementary Middle Secondary Other (describe) > > Choose one type of sandwich (circle one) > Turkey Ham Tuna Salad Egg Salad > > Please mail this form with the registration fee of $25 to the Mathematics > Institute, Boston College Chestnut Hill MA 02467 > If for some reason you are unable to attend after signing up, please contact > the Boston College Mathematics Institute at once (617-552-3775 or > email@example.com) so your space can be reassigned. >