### Job Announcements

Upon request, WAMATYC lists full-time mathematics teaching positions currently open at colleges in Washington state. Have an opening to post? Please e-mail info@wamatyc.org with details. See AMATYC’s Job Board for additional opportunities.

- Two tenure-track positions at South Puget Sound Community College (apply by 2/15/2020 for priority review)
- One assistant professor position at Bellevue College (apply by 1/31/2020 for full consideraton)
- One tenure-track position at Big Bend Community College (apply by 2/9/2020 for priority consideration)
- Dean for Mathematics, Science and Engineering at Tacoma Community College (apply by 3/3/2020 for priority consideration)
- Two tenure-track positions at Lane Community College (closing 3/29/2020)

### Washington Colleges and Universities

- A list of Washington colleges and mathematics department web sites
- FACTC (Faculty Association of Community and Technical Colleges)

### Projects Involving Washington Mathematics Faculty

- WAMAP (Washington Mathematics Assessment and Placement)
- Open Course Library
- Math POW (Pacific Northwest Math Outreach Web)
- Math Pathways Packet and Flowcharts Analysis (Patrick Averbeck, June 2017)
- SBCTC’s Math Pathways to Completion (February 2017)
- SBCTC’s Mathematics Strategic Plan (April 2015)

### National Mathematics Organizations

- AMATYC (American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges)
- MAA (Mathematical Association of America)
- AMS (American Mathematical Society)
- AWM (Association for Women in Mathematics)
- NCTM (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics)
- SIAM (Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics)

### Organizational Newsletters

### Faculty Mentorship, Student Contests and Conferences, etc.

- Mathematics and Statistics Awareness Month, celebrated every April
- Project ACCCESS, AMATYC faculty-mentoring project
- Project NExT, MAA faculty-mentoring project
- AMATYC Student Mathematics League Contest
- AMATYC Student Research League
- Western Washington Community College Student Mathematics Conference
- Mu Alpha Theta