Welcome to the web site of the Washington Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges, an affiliate of AMATYC (American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges) and a nonprofit educational association established in 1986 to unite mathematics faculty and support mathematics education at community and technical colleges throughout Washington state.
- Become a member and learn more about WAMATYC
- Explore an updated list of local, regional and national conferences
- Peruse job postings and other resources
- Refer to a list of Washington colleges and math department web sites
- Learn about the WAMATYC Teaching Awards
- Follow @wamatyc on Twitter for updates
- The joint 2021 ORMATYC–Washington College Mathematics Conference has been cancelled but WAMATYC will host a virtual version of the Washington College Mathematics Conference on Friday, April 23. Visit wamath.org to register and check the WAMATYC conferences page for updated information about other cancellations and schedule changes.
- Green River College is hiring three tenure-track math faculty and South Puget Sound Community College has one tenure-track poistion available: details here
- WAMATYC hels a roundtable discussion about OER and free online tools to increase student success, facilitated by David Lippman from Pierce College, on February 26.
- WAMATYC sponosored a roundtable discussion on Friday, January 22 about placement, equity and disaggregated data facilitated by Helen Burn from Highline College and Steven Bogart from Shoreline Community College.
- Our annual WAMATYC business meeting took place online on the afternoon of Friday, November 20 (2:30–3:30 p.m.).
- The national AMATYC conference in Spokane scheduled for November 12–15, 2020, was cancelled, but AMATYC presented virtual conference events between on November 6, 13 and 20.
- Because the 2020 Washington College Mathematics Conference did not take place, WAMATYC plans to extend WAMATYC memberships until the next in-person conference. And if you are not currently a WAMATYC member, you are welcome to join for free at this time by simply filling out this form.
- On October 9, WAMATYC sponsored a guided discussion about racial equity in mathematics instruction, led by Helen Burn from Highline College.