McMaster University, December 5 - 8, 2014
CMS Town Hall Meeting and NSERC Update on Institute Innovation Platform Funding
Saturday, December 6, 12:30 - 14:00
The CMS Town Hall meeting and NSERC Update on Institute Innovation Platform Funding will occur on Saturday, December 6, from 12:30 - 14:00. All CMS members and meeting participants are invited to join the CMS Executive and NSERC to engage on upcoming plans and to discuss any interests or concerns that members of our community may have. A light lunch will be provided courtesy of NSERC’s partnership.
Unlike the CMS' AGM that focuses on what was achieved last year, this meeting focuses on what lies ahead. There will be a short
presentation followed by questions and answers. This is an opportunity for participants to get together with the CMS
Executive and discuss emerging issues as well as directly voice their opinions, concerns and interests.
The Canadian Mathematical Society invites you to their awards banquet to highlight exceptional performance in the area of mathematical research and education. Prizes will be awarded during the event. During the private reception you can browse the Jean and Ross Rischer Gallery while listening to the sounds of the McMaster University jazz band. Dinner will be held in the stunning Tanenbaum Pavilion featuring floor to ceiling windows overlooking the Irving Zucker Sculpture Garden.
Founded in 1914, the Art Gallery of Hamilton is Ontario’s third largest public art gallery and owns one of the finest collections of art in Canada, featuring over 10,000 works of art including historical European, historical Canadian and contemporary art. Its renovated and award-winning premises present exhibitions that change three times a year. Visit the Art Gallery to see the new Cezanne exhibit. For more information, click here
The Hamilton Art Gallery is conveniently located across the street from the Sheraton Hamilton Hotel and tickets
are $70 to attend.
The CMS Women in Mathematics Committee invites you to a reception on Saturday,
December 6, 2014, from 6 to 7:30pm at the Loft Lounge of the Sheraton Hamilton Hotel.
This informal gathering is an opportunity to meet members of the committee and the CMS
executive and make suggestions for future activities. Students, postdoctoral fellows,
faculty and non-academic professionals are all welcome!
Tensions between mathematics done by mathematicians and that done by life scientists will be explored during
this discussion on the place of calculus in multidisciplinary programs and the future of calculus courses.