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GOT NEWS? Does your Mathematics Department have an announcement you would like shared with the state? Post it here!

Ideas: Share information about new tenure-track hires or post job announcements. Promote your department's new or low-enrollment math course. Advertise a project your department is doing to enhance mathematics education in Washington state or your new book. All relevant announcements welcome!

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Welcome to the Washington state affiliate of AMATYC, the American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges. WAMATYC is a nonprofit educational association established in 1986 to unite mathematics faculty and support mathematics education at community and technical colleges throughout Washington state.


To advance state-level work around the statistics pathway, the Washington Math Pathways to Completion leadership team co-chair Dr. Helen Burn will host Stat Chat from 2-3 PM for two consecutive Fridays, March 2nd and 9th, 2018, via Zoom Video Conferencing. See Stat Chat Information including dial-in options and for reference Math&146 Recommendations.


Go to for details on this year's Washington College Mathematics Conference, May 17-19 in Yakima, hosted by Edmonds CC. *** REGISTRATION is OPEN! *** Book your room now.

Is your mathematics department hiring new tenure-track faculty this year? Please send job announcment information to for posting on our Job Announcments page. Happy hiring!

Interested in serving on the board of WAMATYC? President Elect and Webmaster postions are now seeking nominations. See our Bylaws for job descriptions. Contact any of the Officers with questions. Voting will occur in early spring. Terms start in mid-May.


Liz Hylton from COCC in Oregon is wrapping up her term serving as the AMATYC Northwest Regional VP and AMATYC Board member. Special thanks to Liz for her hard work and service! Sarah Pauley from Western Wyoming Community College will be serving as our new Northwest Region VP for AMATYC starting in 2018. With any luck, Sarah will be able to join us at both the WA Math and ORMATYC conferences to see first hand all the great work being done in the PNW.


WAMATYC affiliate scholarship to attend this year's AMATYC national conference in San Diego. The winner is . . . first-time attendee Tatiana Mihaylova from Bellevue College. Congratulations, Tatiana!

JUNE 2017

Check out Pat Averbeck's detailed complete report "Math Pathways Packet" and the supplementary "Flowcharts Analysis". Great visuals for reference.


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