JMM Professional Enhancement Program (PEP) - Per program: \$125 Member (AMS, AWM, ASA, MAA, NAM, or SIAM); \$175 Nonmember
All of these programs are open only to persons who register for the Joint Mathematics Meetings and pay the Joint Mathematics Meetings registration fee, in addition to the appropriate program fee. The AMS reserves the right to cancel any program that is undersubscribed. Note that online registration will turn off for the PEPs after 1/2. After that, registration for a PEP can only be done in person at a cashier station, through 1/3. Registration for the PEPs will close after 1/3.
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Department Chairs Workshop - \$110 per person (Virtual) or \$220 per person (In Person) for Members of AMS; \$150 per person (Virtual) or \$330 per person (In Person) for Nonmembers; No virtual options offered at this time.
Any person over 16 years of age and 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. Any child 16 years and younger can attend the meeting free of charge but must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
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.
Any librarian who is not a professional mathematician is eligible for this category.
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 a developing country, where salary levels are radically not commensurate with those in the U.S., is eligible for this category. See the most recent list of developing countries here.
Any family member, friend, or associate, 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 attend any session, talk, or other event at the meeting.
Any staff of a company that is exhibiting in the Joint Mathematics Meetings Exhibits may register free of charge. This does not include anyone participating in a poster session or the art exhibit. Any exhibiting staff 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. Exhibitors will be given instructions on how to register.
Any person who is interviewing someone in the Employment Center may register free of charge. Any employer 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. Employers will be given instructions on how to register.