East Central Division.The Illinois fall conference will be October 29-30 at Olivet Nazarene University This article is about the college in Illinois. For the college in Michigan, see Olivet College.
A product of lay initiative, . Anne Shein is the guest artist, and Paul Sheftel and Phyllis Lehrer, NCTM NCTM National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
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The Wisconsin MTA state convention will be at Lawrence University in Appleton, October 22-24. Clinicians will include Cindy Harrington and Mary Van de Loo from Lawrence University. Another session will be led by Vicki King, author of Playing the Piano Naturally, and the featured guest artist will be Elier Suarez from Rochester, New York This article is about the city of Rochester in Monroe County. For the town in Ulster County, see Rochester, Ulster County, New York.
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The Ohio MTA state conference will be November 4-6 in Fairborn Featured clinicians and artists will include Melody Bober, Ratko Delorko, George Litterst, Eric Street Christopher Durrenberger, Joel Hoffman, Connie Anderson, NCTM, and Lyle Anderson.
The Michigan MTA will hold its 119th annual state conference October 16-18 in Kalamazoo. The convention artist is Logan Skelton, and the clinician is Irene Peery-Fox, NCTM.
The Indiana MTA state conference will be November 12-13 at Butler University in Indianapolis. The featured artist scheduled are Philip Glass and Bang on a Can Bang on a Can is a multi-faceted musical organization based in New York City. It was founded in 1987 by three American composers who remain its artistic directors: Julia Wolfe, David Lang, and Michael Gordon. . Commissioned Composer is Frank Felice, composer-in-residence at Butler University.
Arlington Heights, Illinois Arlington Heights is an affluent village in Cook County, Illinois and a northwestern suburb of Chicago. It is located about 25 miles northwest of downtown Chicago. A 2003 Census recount gave the village a population of 76,422, the largest for a village in the United States