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Please Note: Each participant may make at most one presentation in a contributed paper session.
Please Note: The above link does not include submissions for undergraduate student sessions; please see below for further instructions and information on undergraduate submissions.

MAA is closely monitoring COVID-19 and our thoughts are with those who are managing the crisis, those at risk, and all those who have been affected.

Planning for MAA MathFest continues to move forward as scheduled. As we monitor the evolving situation, if any changes are made regarding MAA MathFest, updates will be posted here.

To accommodate our attendees during this unprecedented time, the deadline for abstract submissions for Themed Contributed Paper Sessions and General Contributed Poster Sessions has been extended to May 15. The early bird registration deadline has also been extended to May 15, and discounted rates at the Marriott Philadelphia Downtown are available until July 13, based on availability.

Calls for Submissions

Please click on the below links for this year's calls for papers and posters:

Please note: all presenters are required to be registered for MAA MathFest


Undergraduate Student Paper and Poster Sessions

The portal to submit an abstract for the MAA Student Paper Sessions and Undergraduate Student Poster Session is now live! Please click here to submit an abstract.

Pi Mu Epsilon student members who wish to represent their chapters as student speakers or official delegates should visit the PME website at for more information.

Please note: all student presenters are required to be registered for MAA MathFest.


Abstract Submission Deadlines

(EXTENDED) Friday, May 15, 2020

  • Contributed Paper Sessions
  • Contributed Poster Sessions

Monday, June 8, 2020

  • MAA Student Paper Sessions
  • Undergraduate Student Poster Session
  • PME Student Paper Sessions
  • PosterFest 2020: Scholarship by Early Career Mathematicians
  • Outreach Poster Session
  • Aligning Courses in the First Two Years with the Instructional Practices Guide and AMATYC IMPACT