Announcing the 32nd annual Anja S. Greer Conference on Mathematics and Technology

June 26 - July 1, 2016

Join us for the 2016 Anja S. Greer Conference on Mathematics and Technology. The primary emphasis of the conference is mathematics focusing on the impact and applications of technology in the classroom and the role of technology in today's and tomorrow's mathematics and science curricula. Since 1985, we have met teachers from around the world. Here are some comments from past participants:

“Among the best PD conferences I've experienced.”
“You folks are clearly pros ~ highly organized, well-prepared, and kindly-connected to everyone. Kudos.”
“This is one of the finest math conferences I've attended.”
“I love the intensity and the exposure to new ideas here.”
“Conference administration was really top notch.”
“A wonderful collection of highly skilled and approachable presenters who were very professional in their approach.”
“I had heard that this was a great conference, and I fully concur!”
“Without doubt the best professional development in which I have had the opportunity to participate in years, in terms of both the math content and the teaching ideas and pedagogy.”


Who should attend?

The conference is geared toward secondary math teachers.

How is the conference organized?

Participants register for 2 courses of their choice. We fill our courses on a first-come, first-served basis, so register early. Each course meets for one hour on Sunday, two hours each day Monday through Thursday, and one hour Friday. A complete Conference-within-a-Conference (CWIC) will run from Monday through Thursday. This consists of 45-minute sessions similar to what one might find at an NCTM, NSTA or T-Cubed conference. You can attend as many CWIC sessions as you would like during free time throughout the day. Evening featured speakers include leading mathematicians, scientists, educators and authors. There are planned periods of rest and relaxation: coffee and juice breaks, daily social hours, special evening programs and Tuesday evening trips.

What does the registration fee include?

The registration fee includes all courses and materials. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are provided daily as well as breaks and daily social hours. We offer on-campus dorm housing at no additional charge.

Professional Development (Clock Hours)

At the conclusion of the conference, you will be given a clock hour letter for your school. Attendance for the week totals 40.5 hours for courses and seminars, plus 3 additional hours for presentations and homework.

Request an International Letter of Invitation

Individuals traveling from outside of the United Stated to attend the conference may request a Letter of Invitation to the event.The letter may be used to support an individual's request for organizational or governmental clearance to attend the conference. Individuals requesting a Letter of Invitation must be fully registered - including payment in full- for the conference. All letters of invitation will be sent via email. Contact the conference office to request a letter.