Kentucky Center for Mathematics

Event Registration - Kentucky Center for Mathematics
2023 KCM Conference: In-person - Lexington, KY
3/6/2023 - 3/7/2023
8:30 AM - 3:30 PM


Location: Hyatt Regency Lexington, 401 W High St, Lexington, KY 40507





If you are having trouble registering for an event, please contact the KCM at 859-572-7690 or at kcm@nku.edu.
Event Description
2023 KCM CONFERENCE 
It's time to mark your calendars and save the date for the 2023 KCM Conference! 
Monday and Tuesday, March 6 & 7, 2023 at the Hyatt Regency Lexington 
The theme for the 2023 KCM Conference is EMPOWER: Building United Mathematical Communities
After a 2-year break from meeting in-person, the KCM can't wait to see everyone again! 
Breakfast and lunch provided both days. Free parking. 8:30 am - 3:30 pm. 
$195 per attendee if you register by December 30, 2022. 
After December 30, 2022, registration fee increases to $215 per participant so register early! 

**All Registration Fees are NON-REFUNDABLE after January 20, 2023. Should you register and find that you are unable to attend the 2023 KCM Conference on March 6 & 7 for any reason, you may send someone to attend in your place. If you do not attend and someone does not attend in your place - you or your school/district/organization is still responsible to pay the registration fee.         

BREAKOUT SESSION SPEAKERS

The KCM invites you to submit a speaker proposal for our 2023 Conference! Speaker proposals will be accepted September 2, 2022 through November 18, 2022. The KCM will send an email by 5 pm on Friday, December 16, 2022 to let submitters know whether their proposal has been accepted or not. IF a proposal is selected, the LEAD SPEAKER will automatically be registered for the Conference and their registration fee will be discounted to $100. Any and all co-speakers MUST register themselves and pay the standard registration fee ($195 through 12/30/22 or $215 after 12/30/22). We recommend that anyone submitting a proposal to be the LEAD SPEAKER of a Breakout Session NOT register themselves and pay the $195 registration fee before 12/17/22  - to avoid the KCM having to issue a $95 refund if your proposal is selected. To submit a speaker proposal: Visit the KCM's website at www.kymath.org, click on the ANNUAL CONFERENCE tab at the top of the home page, then 2023 KCM CONFERENCE, then SPEAKER PROPOSALS and click the Submit Your Proposal button 
Please contact the KCM at kcm@nku.edu or 859-572-7690 with any questions.     

 
KEYNOTE SPEAKERS FOR THE 2023 KCM CONFERENCE 
 
1.  Amanda (Mandy) Jansen - Mathematics Education Professor at the University of Delaware

Early in her career, Mandy was a middle school mathematics teacher in Arizona. She earned her Ph.D. in educational psychology at Michigan State University. As a teacher educator at the University of Delaware, she prepares future elementary and middle school mathematics teachers, and she facilitates professional learning for in-service secondary mathematics teachers. In her research, Mandy investigates how mathematics teachers create engaging learning experiences for their students. One product from this research is her book, Rough Draft Math: Revising to Learn, which was published by Stenhouse.  

2. Kyndall Brown - Executive Director of the California Mathematics Project Statewide Office 

Dr. Kyndall Brown has over 35 years of experience in mathematics education. Kyndall holds a bachelor’s degree in mathematics, master’s degrees in computer-based education and mathematics education, and a Ph.D in Education. He was a secondary mathematics teacher for 13 years. He has been a professional development provider for schools and districts in Los Angeles County for over 25 years. He is currently the executive director of the California Mathematics Project. He presents at local, state, and national conferences on mathematics education and writes articles for mathematics education publications. His research focuses on the impact of culture and identity on the ways that African-American males learn mathematics. He is the co-author of the book Choosing To See: A Framework For Equity In The Math Classroom.

3.
Barbara Dougherty - Mathematics Education Professor at the University of Hawaii.

Dr. Barbara Dougherty teaches at the University of Hawaii where she was the Director of The Curriculum R&D Group. She served on the Board of Directors for the NCTM (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics), and she is currently a co-chair of the NCTM/CEC (Council for Exceptional Children) Joint Committee to support students who struggle in mathematics. Barbara has a passion for assisting struggling math students and has authored more than 35 books on mathematics education, including The Math Pact, High School: Achieving Instructional Coherence Within and Across Grades. Her soon-to-be published book from Corwin is Rich Algebra Classroom-Ready Tasks. Barbara holds certifications in 7-12 mathematics and K-12 SLD (Specific Learning Disability).

4. Sarah B. Bush - Professor of K-12 STEM Education at the University of Central Florida 

Dr. Sarah B. Bush teaches primary graduate courses in mathematics education and is the program coordinator of the mathematics education PhD track at the University of Central Florida. Sarah is actively involved in the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM), serving recently as an elected member of the Board of Directors (2019-2022). She is the author of the recent book series, The Math Pact, and she served as the lead writer and task force chair for Catalyzing Change in Middle School Mathematics: Initiating Critical Conversations, published in 2020.  Sarah seamlessly integrates her practical experience as a middle school mathematics teacher in public schools with her innovative scholarship to serve as an instructional leader in the field of mathematics education and STE(A)M education.