Proposals are now being accepted to present during the 2021 MichMATYC Conference through April 1, 2021. This year’s conference is hosted by Lansing Community College on October 8-9 with the theme Mathematics Support and Success: A Vision for the Future.
Welcome to MichMATYC!
Welcome to the website of the Michigan Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges! MichMATYC is an affiliate of the
American Mathematical Association of Two Year Colleges (AMATYC) –
the national organization devoted soley to issues facing mathematics educators in the first two years of college.
Since its beginnings in 1981, a major focus of MichMATYC's mission has been professional development, which includes our annual conference in October each year. Here you can learn about our history, become a member, explore member resources, read our newsletter, visit links to professional organizations, and much more!
Important announcments from our organization and from member institutions around the state and region are listed below. If you would like to have an announcement or event posted, email details to firstname.lastname@example.org. Announcements and events which go beyond a particular date are archived and may be accessed in the announcements library.
The February 2021 issue of The Sum-Times has been published! I would also like to thank Shanna Simpson-Singleton, The Sum-Times Newsletter Editor, for putting together another wonderful newsletter.
From March 12-29, the 4th AMATYC Student Research League competition will be held. The competition requires groups of 1-3 students to perform research and to solve an open-ended question requiring mathematics.
The September 2020 issue of The MichMATYC Sum-Times has been published and hit the shelves! In this issue, you will see exciting articles, news, and updates on the following:
Due to the current pandemic of COVID-19, the Lansing Community College (LCC) Conference Planning Team and MichMATYC Executive Board have decided to postpone the MichMATYC Conference to October 8-9, 2021 with everyone’s health, wellness, and safety in mind.
Do you want to brain-storm new activities for your inquiry-based learning (IBL) class? Need to vent? Just want to talk to some colleagues?
Thank you to everyone who joined us for our previous MichMATYC Webinar on January 29 presented by Tuyetdong Phan-Yamada (California State University, Los Angeles) on “Interactive Tools for Virtual Learning”.
I hope that your semester is winding down well and you are planning for a restful time during your much deserved winter break.