JMM 2019 Baltimore

Registration/Course Fees and Categories

All fees are in US\$ ONLY. Registration is open.

Registration Category
(see definitions below)
by Dec. 27
(midnight EST)
at Meeting
Member of AMS, ASL, CMS, MAA, SIAM \$345 \$455
Nonmember \$548 \$699
Graduate Student Member (AMS, ASL, CMS, MAA, SIAM) \$78 \$90
Graduate Student Nonmember \$124 \$137
Undergraduate Student Member (AMS, ASL, CMS, MAA, PME, KME, SIAM) \$78 \$90
Undergraduate Student Nonmember \$124 \$137
High School Student \$7 \$15
Unemployed \$78 \$90
Temporarily Employed \$281 \$322
Developing Countries Special Rate \$78 \$90
Emeritus Member of AMS or MAA \$78 \$90
High School Teacher \$78 \$90
Librarian \$78 \$90
Press \$0 \$0
Non-mathematician Guest \$22 \$22
One-day Member (at meeting only) N/A \$247
One-day Nonmember (at meeting only) N/A \$385
Commercial Exhibitor \$0 \$0
Art Exhibitor \$0 \$0
AMS Short Course - Sum of Squares: Theory and Applications  (1/14 - 1/15, 2019)           
Member \$124 \$158
Nonmember \$190 \$225
Student, unemployed, emeritus \$72 \$93
MAA Minicourses - \$100 for each    

#1: Mathematical Inquiry and Writing through Sports
#2: Start Teaching Statistics using R and RStudio
#3: Advanced Authoring in WeBWorK: Turn good math problems into great ones & submit them to the OpenProblemLibrary
#4: Teaching an Undergraduate Computational Science Course
#5: IBL SIGMAA Minicourse: Introduction to Inquiry-Based Learning
#6: Visualizing Multivariable Calculus & Differential Equations using CalcPlot3D
#7: Using Data Applications to Inspire Linear Algebra Topics in the ClassroomPart A:
#8: Dance and Mathematics
#9: Mathematical Art from Complex Analysis
#10: Object Based Learning and the Smithsonian Learning Lab
#11: How to Run Successful Math Circles for Students and Teachers
#12: Keep Teaching Statistics using R and RStudio

MAA Minicourses are open only to persons who register for the Joint Meetings and pay the Joint Meetings registration fee in addition to the appropriate minicourse fee. The MAA reserves the right to cancel any minicourse that is undersubscribed.

Grad School Fair

Graduate Program Table - \$125 ( includes table/posterboard/electricity)

Employment Center

Information and registration for the Employment Center is available here or contact the Employment Center Staff at the American Mathematical Society:

Pamela Morin or Diane Boumenot

Phone: 800-321-4267 ext. 4060 or 4105 or by email: emp-info@ams.org.

Registration Category Definitions

Full-Time Students:
Any person who is currently working toward a degree or diploma is eligible for this category. Students are asked to determine whether their status can be described as a graduate (working toward a degree beyond the bachelor’s), an undergraduate (working toward a bachelor’s degree), or high school (working toward a high school diploma) and to mark the Registration and Housing Form accordingly. See membership distinctions below.
Graduate Student Member:
Any graduate student who is a member of the AMS, ASL, CMS, MAA, or SIAM is eligible for this category. Students should check with their department administrator to check their membership status.
Undergraduate Student Member:
Any undergraduate student who is a member of the AMS, ASL, CMS, MAA, SIAM, PME, or KME is eligible for this category. Students should check with their department administrator to check their membership status.
Emeritus:
Any person who has been a member of the AMS for twenty years or more and who retired because of age or long-term disability from his or her latest position is eligible for this category. Anyone person who has been a member of the MAA for 25 years and who is 70+ years of age is eligible for this category.
Librarian:
Any librarian who is not a professional mathematician is eligible for this category.
Unemployed:
Any person who is currently unemployed, actively seeking employment, and is not a student is eligible for this category. This category is not intended to include any person who has voluntarily resigned or retired from his or her latest position.
Developing Country Participant:
Any person who is employed in developing countries where salary levels are radically not commensurate with those in the U.S. is eligible for this category. See the most recent list of countries in this category here.
Temporarily Employed:
Any person who is currently employed but will become unemployed by June 1, 2019, and who is actively seeking employment is eligible for this category.
Non-mathematician Guest:
Any family member or friend, who is not a mathematician, and who is accompanied by a participant in the meeting is eligible for this category. Guests will receive a badge and may accompany a mathematician to a session or talk and enter the exhibit area.
Commercial Exhibitor:
Any person who is exhibiting in the Joint Mathematics Meetings Exhibits is eligible for this category. This does not include anyone participating in a poster session. Any exhibitor who is a mathematician and is participating in the scientific program and/or wants to attend sessions, talks, etc. is expected to register separately for the meeting.
Art Exhibitor:
Any person who is exhibiting in the Mathematical Art Exhibition is eligible for this category. This does not include anyone participating in a poster session. Any exhibitor who is a mathematician and is participating in the scientific program and/or wants to attend sessions, talks, etc. is expected to register separately for the meeting.
Grad School Fair:
Friday, January 18, 2019, 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Here is an opportunity for undergrads to meet representatives from mathematical sciences graduate programs from universities all over the country. January is a great time for juniors to learn more, and college seniors may still be able to refine their search. This is your chance for one-stop shopping in the graduate school market. If your school has a graduate program and you are interested in participating, a table will be provided for your posters and printed materials for \$125 (registration for this event must be made by a person already registered for the JMM), and you are welcome to personally speak to interested students. Complimentary coffee will be served. (Cosponsored by the AMS and MAA).