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Election Results 2019

The results are in! Congratulations to the winners of the election:

  • President: Kim Conley
  • VP Advocacy: Shelley Allen
  • VP Regional Reps: Jennifer Donalson
  • Secretary: William Lacefield

Their terms will begin November 2019.

Thank you to everybody who voted!

April 2019 Assorted News

Hey everyone! We've got a few news items to share with you:

  • Voting is underway for the 2019 GCTM officer elections! Make your vote count, because it needs to be in by midnight on Monday, April 29, 2019.
  • The Spring 2019 issue of Reflections is out. We're trying out a new look -- let us know what you think!
  • The NCTM Annual Meeting & Exposition happened earlier this month, and our very own President Denise Huddlestun was interviewed, as was Georgia educator and GCTM member Marian Dingle! Click the names to check out the interviews.
  • Denise Huddlestun has a new message From The President's Desk.
  • Make sure to check out the Georgia Math Conference page to see the newest information we've added. Proposals are due June 1, 2019, so if you'd like to speak at the conference, make sure to submit your idea by then via our submission form!

2019 GCTM Elections

It's time to elect new GCTM officers!

The 2019 GCTM officer elections are running from Monday, April 15, 2019 to Monday, April 29, 2019, and we need your vote!

Click here for more information!

(Or you can click the picture.)

GMC 2019

We are pleased to announce...

The 60th Annual
Georgia Mathematics Conference




October 16-18, 2019
Save the Date!



Click the logo to see information about our featured speakers and submit speaker proposals!

Mathapalooza!

Dear GCTM teachers,

We wish to let you know about a wonderful mathematics opportunity for you and your students, which will take place on the afternoon of Saturday, March 9, as part of the Atlanta Science Festival, at Decatur's Ebster Recreation Center. It's called Mathapalooza!, it is free, and it will be full of:

  • Puzzles and games
  • Magic
  • Mathematical courtroom drama
  • Music and dance
  • Artwork
  • Soap bubbles
  • origami
  • virtual reality
and much more! There will be mathematical fun for all ages, beginning with a magic show shortly after 1:00.

A promotional poster is included below, which you are encouraged to share widely with your students, your network of math teachers, and anyone else who may be interested in coming to Decatur on March 9 for Mathapalooza! You can also follow us via Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.


Please contact Prof. Harrell at Georgia Tech if your students or faculty would like to volunteer. It will help if Mathapalooza! appears in the subject line.


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