20th ACMS Conference - Registration is now open for the 20th ACMS biennial conference. It will be held from May 27th to May 30th, 2015, at Redeemer University College in Ancaster, Ontario, Canada. This is the first time the ACMS conference has been held outside of the US: please plan ahead and order a passport if you do not already have one. Please find all the conference information here. Access directly the Conference Schedule.
Call For Papers - We are accepting presentation proposals for the parallel sessions at the 20th ACMS conference. Please find details on the call for papers here.
Dues Payment - Returning members are invited to pay their dues online. Please go to the Update Membership page to pay online. New members should complete the membership form (available here) and submit membership dues by check.
Mathematics Through the Eyes of Faith - The book Mathematics Through the Eyes of Faith, editted by James Bradley and Russell Howell, co-authored by members of the ACMS, is now available for purchase. A product description and links to booksellers are available on HarperCollins' About the Book page. Feel free to contact the editors if you would like more information about the book.
Recent Member Publications - The recent book publications page offers a list of publications by members of the ACMS. If you would like to place an item on this list, please contact the webmaster.
The computer science subgroup of the ACMS consists of computer scientists and mathematicians who teach computer science. Computer science will be represented in the program at the biennial convention by a contributed paper session and a panel discussion. Pages dedicated to the computer science subgroup can be found here.
Mathematical Association of America
American Mathematical Society
Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
Mathematics and Christian Faith - An American Scientific Affiliation (ASA) website.
Christian Engineering Society
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