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This meeting will be the sixteenth in a series of international conferences on Approximation Theory held every three years at various locations in the U.S. The first was held in Austin, Texas in 1973, with later ones in College Station, Nashville, St. Louis, Gatlinburg, and San Antonio. These meetings have traditionally been the main general international conferences on this topic for over 45 years. The meeting will feature eight plenary speakers. There will also be a number of minisymposia, as well as sessions for contributed papers. We would like to encourage everyone working in approximation theory to actively participate in the conference. We expect to have funds to support travel and local expenses for graduate students and young postdocs, including especially women, members of other under-represented groups, and those from poorer nations.