Make your plans now to attend the 2016 AMTE Annual Conference in Irvine, CA on January 28-30, 2016.
The conference will begin on Thursday morning at 9:00 a.m. Lunch on Thursday will be provided. Dinner on Thursday is on your own. Other meals provided during the conference and included in your registration fee are Friday’s breakfast, lunch, and dinner and Saturday’s breakfast and lunch.
Some details for the conference have been finalized. The keynote speakers for the 2016 conference have been selected and we are excited to announce the following:
Thursday’s General Session will feature Ed Dickey, Professor of Education, Director of Educational Outreach, and Associate Department Chair for Instruction and Teacher Education in the College of Education at the University of South Carolina.
Friday’s Judith E. Jacobs Lecture will be presented by Francis (Skip) Fennell, the inaugural recipient of the L. Stanley Bowlsbey Chair in Education and Graduate and Professional Studies in the Department of Education at McDaniel College and a Past President of RCML, AMTE, and NCTM.
The AMTE Business Meeting will occur during Saturday’s lunch. The conference will end at approximately 1:15 p.m. on Saturday, January 30.
The conference site is Hotel Irvine Jamboree Center in Irvine, CA. The hotel room rate is $169 for a single or double room. The deadline for reservations is November 30, 2015 or when the room block is full. Filling the rooms in our block at the conference hotel helps to reduce some of the conference expenses paid by AMTE, so please help support AMTE by staying at the conference hotel. Information about hotel reservations will be on the AMTE website in early August.
Beginning in early August, the conference registration process will open on the AMTE website. The registration deadline is November 30, 2015. Early registration at reduced rates is available through September 30. Check the AMTE Conference Information page for the latest updates.
We hope to see you in Irvine in January!
Susan Gay, AMTE Conference Director
University of Kansas