should make their own arrangements directly with the properties listed
below. Special rates for the meeting are available for the period of October
1-5. The AMS is not responsible for rate changes or for the quality of
the accommodations. Hotels have varying cancellation or early
checkout penalties; be sure to ask for details when making your reservation.
Rates do not include taxes (currently 9.75%)
Best Western Boulder Inn, 770 28th Street, Boulder, CO 80303;
800-233-8469, 303-449-3800, 303-402-9118 (fax); $75 single and $79 double,
$4.50 each additional person; Rates include deluxe continental breakfast
and free pass to nearby fitness club. Hotel is located 1 mile from the Engineering Center. http://www.boulderinn.com/. Deadline for reservations is September
Boulder Outlook Hotel (this property is the Ramada Inn until May,
2003), 800 28th Street, Boulder, CO 80303, 303-443-3322;
$69.99 single or double.
include breakfast buffet. Hotel is located .6 mile from the Engineering
Center. Deadline for
reservations is September 1, 2003.
Millennium Harvest House, 1345 28th Street, Boulder,
CO 80302; 800-545-6285, 303-443-3850, 303-443-1480 (fax):; $108 single
or double. Hotel is located .8 mile to Engineering Building. Deadline for reservations is August
A list of local restaurants
will be available at the registration desk.
Please visit the Web sites maintained by the University of Colorado at www.colorado.edu, http://www.colorado.edu/visit/directions.html,
and a live web cam site at www.colorado.edu/webcam/.
Book Sales: Examine the newest titles from the AMS! Complimentary
coffee will be served courtesy of AMS Membership Services and will be
located in the lobby of the Mathematics Building.
Editorial Activity: An acquisitions editor from the
AMS Book program will be present to speak with prospective authors. If
you have a book project that you would like to discuss with the AMS, please
stop by the book exhibit.
Lecture: Some Insights of Computational Complexity Theory, Avi Wigderson, IAS, Princeton and Hebrew University.
Friday, October 3, 5:15 p.m., A2B70, MCDB Biology
Social Event: The department of math will host a reception
in the Mathematics Bldg, Room 350, Friday, October 3, at 6:15p.m.
Using Case Studies: A Workshop for Faculty,
Solomon Friedberg, Boston College, will guide workshop participants
in the effective use of the case studies method as a tool in preparing
Teaching Assistant for their important role as classroom instructors.
The faculty edition of the publication Teaching Mathematics in Colleges
and Universities: Case Studies for Today's Classroom, from the CBMS
series Issues in Mathematics Education, will be provided to workshop participants
at no charge, compliments of the AMS. For a recent review of the book,
visit MAA Online at http://www.maa.org/reviews/casestudies.html.
The workshop will be held on Saturday, October 4, from 10:00 am - 1:00
Travel support awards of $200 per department are available for up to
ten departments. Travel support is provided by the Calculus Consortium
for Higher Education, and to be eligible for this support, faculty representatives
must have their department chair send a letter to the AMS stating the
department's serious intent to use the case studies materials in their
TA training or development program.
Please contact the Membership & Programs Department at the AMS (email:email@example.com
or phone:401-455-4107) to sign up for the workshop and to request
consideration for travel support. For questions about the workshop program,
please contact Professor Freidberg (email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Parking on Campus
One day permits
One day parking permits are sold for peripheral campus parking lots on
a space available basis. One day permits cost $5 each and may be pre-purchased
from Parking Services, located
on Regent Drive across from the Engineering Center. Call 303-492-7384
for more information.
Meters and hourly parking garage
Gray parking meters are $1 per hour and are enforced from 7:30 a.m. to
5:30 p.m. seven days a week.
Blue meters are for disabled parking patrons. The rate is $1 per hour
and the meters are enforced from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. seven days a week.
Please note: Display of a state issued disability license plate or permit
is required at all times when using disability parking meters and spaces
Red meters are for service vehicles and are $3 per hour. Service meters
are enforced 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Yellow parking computers (The Pay-On-Foot stations) are $1.00 per hour.
The Euclid Auto Park (EAP) rate is $1.50 per hour and is located on Euclid
Avenue off of Broadway next to the UMC.
Registration and Meeting Information
The registration desk
will be located in the lobby of the Mathematics Building. The desk will be open Thursday, October 2, from
8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. and Friday, October 3, from 8:00 a.m. until
4:00 p.m. Fees are $40 for AMS or CMS members, $60 for
nonmembers; and $5 for students/unemployed/emeritus, payable on site by
cash, check or credit card. The
Invited Addresses will take place in Room 265 (2nd Floor), Engineering
Center (ECCR). All other talks will take place in the Engineering
The nearest major commercial
airport is the Denver International Airport.
from the Airport
You will fly in or out of Denver International
Airport (DIA). Driving time between DIA and Boulder is approximately
60 to 90 minutes. From DIA, follow Peña Boulevard (10 miles) south to
I-70, and exit onto I-70 west. Follow I-70 west to I-270 west. I-270 merges
into U.S. 36 west and takes you west into Boulder (about 23 miles). Exit
at Baseline Road; turn left (west) to Broadway and turn right (north).
The campus is to the right. For alternate routes, see the map from DIA
from the Denver Area and South
To get to Boulder from the Denver area, go west on U.S. 36 (from I-25
or I-270) and exit at Baseline Road. Turn left (west) on Baseline Road,
then right (north) on Broadway to campus.
from the North
From the north, take U.S. 287 south to Highway 119 (Diagonal Highway).
Highway 119 becomes Highway 157 (Foothills Parkway) just north of Boulder.
Turn right (west) from Foothills Parkway onto Baseline Road. Drive west
on Baseline to Broadway, then turn right (north) on Broadway to campus.
from the West
Take I-70 east to U.S. 6. Go east on U.S. 6 to CO. 58. Turn right (east)
on CO.58 to CO. 93. Make a left (north) onto CO. 93 towards Boulder. CO.
93 will turn into Broadway once in Boulder. Continue on Broadway (west)
and you will see the campus on the right shortly after you pass Baseline
Rd. For personalized driving directions, go to http://www.mapquest.com
Special rates have been negotiated
with Avis Rent A Car for the
period September 25 to October 11, 2003, beginning at $23.99/day for a
subcompact car at the weekend rate (the weekend rate is available from
noon Thursday until midnight Monday) All
rates include unlimited free mileage. Rates do not include state or local
surcharges, tax, optional coverage’s, or gas refueling charges. Renter must meet Avis’ age, driver, and credit
requirements, and return to the same renting location. Make reservations by calling 800-331-1600 or
online at www.avis.com. Please quote Avis Discount Number B159266 when making reservations
Shuttle - Boulder
take the BOULDER Super Shuttle (tel. 303-444-0808) go to the Ground Transportation
Desk in the Baggage Claim area and look for the signs for BOULDER Super
Shuttle. One way fee is $19 and roundtrip is $36.
services are located outside doors 506, 507 and 510. Taxi companies serving
Denver International Airport are: Metro Taxi 303-333-3333, Yellow Cab
303-777-7777, Freedom Cab 303-292-8900. Fares from the airport are approximately
$75 one way.
transportation is located at curbside, directly outside the baggage claim
area. For more information on Colorado