Wednesday, June 6 - Banquet in Honor of Dan Mauldin & Afternoon Excursion to Fort Worth | Department of Mathematics

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Wednesday, June 6 - Banquet in Honor of Dan Mauldin & Afternoon Excursion to Fort Worth

Two conference social events are taking place on WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6. Although conference participants may make select these optional events during the registration process, participating in either or both does not require conference registration. Friends and family of the UNT Department of Mathematics and participants are enthusiastically encouraged to join us! (Excursion information updated Tuesday, May 29, 7:30 PM. BANQUET information updated Wednesday, May 30, 6:35 PM, Registration closing info posted Thursday, May 31, 10:35 AM)


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Join your friends and colleagues in the University's Silver Eagle A Room, located in the University Union, at 7:00 PM on Wednesday, June 6, for dinner and a tribute to our guest of honor, Dan Mauldin, and his work!

Steak Diane - seared beef tenderloin with sautéed mushrooms, chives, herbs and brandied demi-glace, served with roasted garlic whipped potatoes and seasonal vegetables.
Mushroom Ravioli with Parsley Butter - served with seasonal vegetables

Beginning Monday, May 21, entrée selections may be made via registration or banquet seat purchase. If you arranged your participation in the banquet prior to this selection option becoming available, please email your entrée choice to Jordan Williams prior to Wednesday, May 30.

Banquet attendees may park in any available uncovered, non-metered parking on campus after 4:30 PM without a permit or visitor pass. Covered parking is available at an hourly rate in the Highland Street or Union Circle garages (between $4 and $10 to spend the evening at the banquet). Please visit the campus parking map and parking web pages for information to familiarize yourself with the campus and assist you in your decision on the parking that will best suit you. On the parking map, you'll find the University Union located in D-6, the Union Circle Garage in D-7 and the Highland Street garage in E-7.


A post-lunch bus excursion to Fort Worth with a choice of exploring either the Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District or the Fort Worth Cultural District.

The excursion bus will depart at 1:30 PM from Avenue A between Highland and Maple Streets. Avenue A is the street on the east side of the Business Leadership Building where the conference sessions are taking place. Participants can expect to arrive back on campus at around 6:00 PM.

The Stockyards National Historic District attractions include:
the 4 PM Herd - see a real Texas Longhorn cattle drive
Texas Stageline - take a ride in an exact replica of an 1800's Concordia
Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame
Grapevine Vintage Railroad - offering a one-hour ride along the Trinity River
Billy Bob's Texas, "the world's largest honky tonk"
Texas Trail of Fame
Texas Rodeo Cowboy Hall of Fame
Rodeo Zone - your chance to give rodeo a try!
Stockyards Station Historic Walking Tours - handheld GPS tours
Cowtown Cattlepen Maze - navigate the maze yourself or go to the second
story to watch others try and enjoy an overview of the Stockyards
Stockyards Museum
Stockyards District Walking Map

The Cultural District boasts beautiful, tree-lined streets, galleries, shopping and dining as well as a world-renowned Japanese garden and koi pond amidst a 110-acre botanic garden and six museums. Whether you're a discerning art lover, a phytophiliac or want to satisfy a curiosity for unique Texas history, there'll be something for you.
Kimbell Art Museum
Fort Worth Botanic Garden
Fort Worth Museum of Science and History
Modern Art Musem of Fort Worth
Amon Carter Museum of American Art
Cattle Raisers Museum
Leonard's Department Store Museum
National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame
Cultural District Walking Map

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