CONVENTION INFORMATION 111TH ANNUAL CAMWS MEETING, Boulder, CO March 25-28, 2015
Program (pdf) Also available as webpage.
Minutes of the 111th Business Meeting (March 27, 2015). Note: These minutes were approved at the 112th business meeting in Williamsburgn, VA in March, 2016.
Listen to audio from the Banquet:
Boulder Welcome Address:
Response by CAMWS President-Elect Antony Augoustakis
Special Service Awards:
Cancellation Policy: All requests for registration cancellation and refunds must be received by March 2, 2015 and are subject to a $15 administrative fee.
Presenters can upload here handouts, powerpoints, and other files related to their presentations. If you are a presenter, please consider this option seriously in order to save paper and insure that your materials will be available to all those attending your session and to other interested individuals. Uploaded materials will continue to be available indefinitely after the meeting. If you would like to upload files, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for instructions.
On-line registration is now closed. If you still need to register for this meeting, you can do so on-site.
Please note that the Friday afternoon sessions on the campus of the University of Colorado are free and open to the public. No registration is necessary for these events.
No more rooms are available at the Millennium. CAMWS has identified the following overflow hotel: Boulder Marriott, 2660 Canyon Blvd., (303) 440-8877, where a block of rooms has been reserved at a rate of $139.00 plus tax. The Marriott is c.1 mile from the Millennium. To make a reservation, call Marriott Reservations at (800) 228-9290 or (303) 440-8877 on or before Monday, March 2, 2015. Be sure to identify yourself as a member of the CAMWS group.
What to Do in Boulder
The Boulder Visitors Bureau has a superb website (www.bouldercoloradousa.com/) detailing the numerous attractions and things to do.
The CAMWS Local Committee also provides this list of Things to Do in Boulder.
Getting to Boulder
Some travel information is available from the website of the Millenium Harvest House Hotel (www.millenniumhotels.com/Boul
Continuing Education Credits
Teachers who would like to earn 3.3 Continuing Education Unites (CEU’s) for attending the meeting do not have to do anything in advance. When they arrive, they should simply ask at the CAMWS registration desk for a CEU application form. Before leaving the meeting, they should return the completed form to the CAMWS registration desk, along with a check for $7.50, payable to “UW-Madison Extension.”
The Graduate Student Issues Committee (GSIC) will once again sponsor both a panel and a workshop specifically designed to address the interest of graduate students. Both will take place on, Thursday evening, March 26 in the Millennium Hotel. The topic of this year’s panel will be “Making the Most of Graduate School Experience” and the topic of the workshop is “Reverse-Engineering a Syllabus.” Complimentary pizza will be served to any graduate or undergraduate student who registers in advance to attend the panel.
In conjunction with the CAMWS meeting, Ascanius: The Youth Classics Institute is sponsoring a workshop entitled "Let's Learn Latin". This engaging workshop is intended for elementary and middle school teachers who do not currently teach Latin but who would like to begin to incorporate Latin into their classroom curriculum". This workshop will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Friday, March 27, 2015 at the Millennium Harvest House. Funded by the CAMWS Committee for the Promotion of Latin. Participation is free but pre-registration is required. Brochure.
A free reception, hosted by the former presidents of CAMWS, will open the meeting, 8:00-10:00 p.m., Wednesday, in the Millennium Harvest House. Between Thursday morning and Saturday afternoon there will be four pedagogical workshops, eight panels, and twelve paper sessions on a wide variety of pedagogical and scholarly topics. New this year are roundtable discussions at noon on Thursday and Saturday on a variety of topics including a Tabula Latina, the National Latin Exam, the CAMWS Translation Exam and Greek pedagogy. The Committee for the Promotion of Latin will sponsor a workshop entitled Latin at the Middle School Level: Who Are Our Students? How Do We Reach Them? and a panel entitled Rethinking Memorization in Learning Latin. There will also be a CPL-sponsored happy hour for K-12 teachers, a reception sponsored by the Women's Classical Caucus, and a lunch hosted by the Vergilian Society. Friday afternoon's sessions will be held on the campus of the University of Colorado, where we are trying something different this year. Instead of an afternoon reception, the university is hosting a complimentary lunch for all attendees at the spectacular CU Stadium Club overlooking Folsom Field and the Rocky Mountains. Friday evening's banquet will be held in the ballroom at the Millennium Harvest House and will feature President Ruth Scodel’s address entitled “Sunt Lacrimae Rerum” and the ovationes for 2014-2015, presented in Latin by the CAMWS orator Jim May. More awards will be announced at the annual business meeting on Saturday, 8:15-9:25 a.m.; if you show up, you may win a book from one of our exhibitors.
Note: YOUR PRESENCE AT THE CAMWS MEETING ALLOWS US TO PHOTOGRAPH YOU AND PUT YOUR PHOTOGRAPH ON THE FOLLOWING CAMWS OUTLETS: WEBSITE, PUBLICATIONS, SOCIAL MEDIA, PROMOTIONAL MATERIALS, ETC.
Note: These minutes of the 2014 meeting must be approved by the membership at the 2015 Business Meeting.