IMACC gives a variety of awards each year. Follow each link for more detailed information regarding each award.
The Distinguished Service Award is to honor one of our members for a career of outstanding service to IMACC. Nomination deadline: March 1.
The James Armstrong Award was established in 1978 to honor the late University of Illinois professor, James Armstrong, whose leadership fostered a spirit of cooperation between two-year college mathematics teachers and the mathematics faculties at four-year colleges and universities. The award is to be given annually to a four-year college or university professor who continues this tradition of cooperation and assistance with the two-year colleges. Nomination deadline: March 1.
The Life Membership Award is for IMACC members who are retiring. The recipient must have been a member of IMACC for at least 10 years (not necessarily in a row) and been a regular attendee at the IMACC conference or have other significant contributions to the organization. Nomination deadline: March 1.
The IMACC Memorial Fund Scholarship is awarded annually to a student attending an Illinois two-year or four-year college. The scholarship is awarded in memory of James Armstrong, a University of Illinois Professor until his death. Mr. Armstrong was instrumental in establishing the Allerton Conferences and in fostering better relations between two-year and senior colleges. Nomination Deadline: March 1.
The IMACC Award for Teaching Excellence is an annual award given to an outstanding mathematics teacher in a community college.