The Mathematical Association of America is the world’s largest community of mathematicians, students, and enthusiasts. The mission of the MAA is to advance the understanding of mathematics, and its impact on our world. The Seaway Section, one of 29 regional sections of the MAA, serves its members and the general population in the province of Ontario (except Thunder Bay), the province of Quebec, and in areas of the state of New York having a ZIP code in the ranges 12000-12399 and 12800-14999.
Recent News and Events
A task force of mathematicians created in June 2020 by the AMS to "identify, engage, and address issues past and present related to equality, racial justice and inclusivity" in the mathematics community, has submitted a final report to the AMS governance. Read the full report and the recommendations given by the task force to rectify systemic inequalities in the mathematics community.
Come learn what you can do with a math, or math-adjacent, degree from our panelists with years of experience working with math in the business world! Come and hear them discuss their experiences, offer advice and answer your questions.
Date and Time: Tuesday, April 6 at 12:00 pm
Registration: Link to register
A Seaway Conversation on the Course - History of Mathematics
The course – History of Mathematics – is found in the offerings of many departments of mathematics and the course has a very diverse set of actual implementations.
The latest Seaway Current shares a few clues about the events the section is hosting this spring, as well as Section Notes, information about the election of the Seaway Section Representative to the MAA Congress, "Surviving Math Class & a Pandemic" by Andy Guity and "Ending Courses on a High Note" by Blair Madore. Download, print and share with your colleagues and students to stay on top of news in the Seaway Section.