Submit a paper for Mathfest 2017

This year PME students will submit their talks, apply to be a non presenting delegate, and apply for travel funding on this Google form. Please read the information below before submitting your paper.

Students who wish to present in the Pi Mu Epsilon Student Paper Sessions at MathFest 2017 should consult with their PME Chapter Advisor before submitting a paper or applying for funding. Students may not apply for funding from both PME and MAA. All PME speakers must be members of the chapter at their home institution. They must get approval from their chapter advisor before applying to speak in the PME Student Sessions. Joint presentations are not allowed in the PME Student Sessions.

The deadline for receipt of abstracts for PME student papers is Friday, June 2, 2017. Every student paper session room will be equipped with a computer projector and a screen. Presenters must provide their own laptops or have access to one. Each student talk is fifteen minutes in length.

Each chapter may designate up to 5 student speakers for transportation support of up to $600 per student with a $1200 per Chapter maximum. Transportation expenses include airfare, airport parking, ground transportation, and driving mileage. In addition to travel expenses, Pi Mu Epsilon awards sustenance grants to help pay for students’ food and housing. These grants are funded by a generous grant from the National Security Agency and vary in value each year depending on the number of students needing funding. Almost all PME student speakers receive travel and sustenance grants.

Students will receive travel reimbursement and sustenance checks after the Frame lecture at the meeting. No funds are available from PME before that time.

PME speakers must Register for Mathfest under the Undergraduate Student category. All PME students are expected to take full part in the meeting and attend all activities sponsored for students at Mathfest. These events include the Opening PME-MAA Student Reception, the PME Student Paper Sessions, the PME Banquet, and the J. Sutherland Frame Lecture.